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EDITOR, Gail Dooley 
ASSOCI.m I EDITOR, Usda Gram 
BUSINESS MAN KJER Jai i Wnooi 
FACULTY SPONSOR, James R. Pahrbh 



POTPOURRI L969 
Northwestern Stale College 
Natchitoches, Louisiana 




NORTHWESTERN 




Table 

of 
Contents 

on u ma • 40 
Abmhorbati 

(RMIII' \ST) 

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'I 'Ifinic, 

■nd ]'■ .1 • 85 

Relicious 
Organizations • 115 

Military • 121 

Activities • 131 

Graeb • 143 

Ann i tics • 178 

Fan Abts a 

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STATE COLLEGE 



Natchitoches, Louisiana 



Registration: An Unforgettable 







I knew I'd forget something— mij certs!!! 




Mass confusion abounds— but if you are lucky it will only take 
4 you six hours to register. 






Experience 





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One Building Becomes A Virtual Madhouse 




A "top of the world" look at the X.S.C. Student Union which houses the post office, hook store, cafeteria, and many other services. 





ftah mm nxatV 



Learning hou In opt n if 





U'„,r.n t - m At Welfare I ,-u 



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"Now I know why I'm always broke . . . the clothes this child does have! 



You just about have to sign your life away just to get a room in a dorm. 





'Maybe if I wiggle my nose all of this junk will put itself up.' 





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Caddo Hall— an upprrclass dorm for « ohm n 




Dorm Life Is a New Experience 



N.S.C. Students Strive For 




"1 don't knotv what you are smiling about, the other team made the touchdown. 



The Answers 





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"/ tionder who he krcpi getting letters from?" 



"I ui'tutir tt Im thr POTPOUMH ha\ t< (uir all ' 
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.\riri iMTuirrs aluays has thr l>es1 advice yet! 





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The annual Potpourri Ball was held in the Student Union December 4 with Ivy Peebles Medicine Show providing the music. 



Activity Takes Many Different Forms 




Johanna 1 annrhill and OMt FtttSt <iin>[i watermelon at th<- annual "I r, >.■ ..-. 

Watermelon Parti/' 




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An N.S.C. Cheerleader and the "Demon" watch on as the Bulldog is burned in the bonfire. 



State Fair Week Is Filled 



With Excitement and Spirit 



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mllim fxjrfin/xjf.v/ m Many ;../) rallies during the week ;>ri or fn f/ir V-j/.- f",;,r ptmt 



Coach Glen Gossctt throws the Bulldog into the bonfire in the final i« p rullu hefon Irat 




Spirit Always 




Whether it be at a political rally. 



Pie eating contest. 




Abounds (it N.S.C. 




or ;><•;> rally. 



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Defeat or Victory — It Shows In Our Faces 



Tony Papa received a cut on the eye during one of the N.S.C. games. 



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'Oh' Plcast ' Main that Point! 



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Betty Meachum, former Potpourri editor, gives pointers to the Lady of the Bracelet contestants. 



Lady of the Bracelet Contestants Exhibit Their 



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Many Talents 



A dramatic ;>n w • • 

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Sti-tan Sfurrrll'i delightful pcrstmalitu added lo >icr f<;/rrif ;>< r/,'rm<jn<v 




TV. S. C. 9 s Beauty Queen 




The five final contestants await their turn for questions and the judges' final decision. 




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Zelma Pylant in swimsuit competition. 



Wayne Mcachum, Master of Ceremonies, asks Miss Pylant her final question. 









March Fowl*, 1968 I. nth oj th, BratxUt, . 

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ipacfeJ *-•"< ^ to th- pagmvtt pomu with ih /'<fis and 1968 /.<;</i. * 0/ r'.. 




The Administration and Faculty 




Coach Gossctt lends a note of encouragement to a 
Demon player during a tight football game. 



Mr. Christmas takes personal interest in all Demon players. 



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Take An Interest in tlu> Students 



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Kathleen Budd, Homecoming Queen. 



Richard Ware, No. 38, heads for the goal line during the 1968 
Homecoming Game. 



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Homecoming Always livings \ Large Crowd 




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SGA President, Henry Burns (FAR LEFT), Milton Rhea (CENTER) former SGA President, and President Kilpalrick (FAR RIGHT) look over 
an old Potpourri with NSC Alumni. 



Homecoming Combines the Old With the New 



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/'r. w</< nf KiljHitntk cuimitit \ U lUtdattoni first j>Li> . // ••.. mm*; ./i 




Christmas at Home 




Jill Sivisher, Charlcne Wheeler, Majorie Padula, Donna Lindsey, and Karen Karisncy help make clothes for Christmas at Home. This annual event 
provides dolls and doll clothes for needy children in the Natchitoches area. 



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Christmas is a time for WOtt hip 




Christmas would not he OOtnpUtt without <i hall 




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Some times schedules are so rough that there is only time for a snack be- 
tween classes. 



Each person show enthusiasm in his own individual way. 





Blowing up a balloon is one way to get rid of your frustrations. 



Northwestern 




Urnru Ihinis ;., rfomu hi\ famous I uttilTt rmWifir 



Is A "POTPOl It I!/' of People 



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Each Person Belongs In His Own Way 



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A cherished moment. 



A congratulations. . . 




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A certain smile. 



Lasting Memories Take Shape 





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A sunny afternoon on Chaplains Lake. 



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The three columns. 



A peaceful <la>/ on f' 




The Demon creit 



Traditional Northwostvrn \\ ill }<>n>r Change 







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PERSONALITIES 



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MissN.S.C. 





Inm\ ix ihown d« I contestant in thr l.odu <>f the F- 



lership, service character—these are the quali 
that distinguish Janis Lowe from many other \ s ( 
ctx-tK These are the qualities tint deem li< r worth) 
of the tided Misa N.S.C. of ] lenti) tervinj 

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\ W S fania >*> also active in Purple [ackers and 
w.is named u>\\ HO"S WHO \\lo\c STUDEN - 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL1 EGES 
Jams is a Business Education major from 
I laynesA ill« • I ouisiana. 



Jam* wppoitl thr P. nidin durinc thr Statr Fair game 



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Mr. N.S.C. 

Henrv Burns 





Henry is shown relaxing in t>. 



Mr \ 5.C for 19fi9 is Henry Runis of Shoniialoo. 
Louisi.m.i Henry, like jams, demonstrates the qualities 

of leadership, service and character and it was for this 

reason that the other students selected him not onh as 
Mr \s( d 196 I hut also as their Student Body 

Ident tor the year Henr) participates ba Blue I 
Qrca K.. ind BiS.TJ n. Is a asniar and an npper 

elementary education major 



Henry Burns, our S.G.A. President for 1969. 



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Zclma Pvlant 



Lady of The Bracelet 



There .ire man) characteristics which a person 
must possess in unlet t<> be beautiful— poise 
personality, talent Zehna Pylanl possesses all of 
these characteristics and it was tor this reason 
that she was chosen as I \DV()F THE BH tCELET 
for 1969 Zelma captivated the audience with a 
dazzling gymnastic routine which was r es po n sible 
for her winning the talent division of the 
pageant. Zehna is a Freshman majoring in 
Physical Education 




'/.rlma i\ \hmi n in ■ moment <>/ 
a qurstwn fur the ftt 



This uuard u inning gfmmmUct muttn, wsurrd ttM croun of LADY OF THE BRACELET fot '/.clma. 




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Lady of The Bracelet Finalist 



Susan Murrell 



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Lady of The Bracelet Final is I 

Cheryl Brown 





Lady of The Bracelet Finalist 



Carla McCain 



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Lady of The Bracelet Finalist 



Connie Bahincuiix 




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Marcir Fowlrr 



State Fair Queen 



si \n FAIB Ql I I \ Marcie Fowler ba 
nati\c of Natehitochea majoring m elemental) 
education. Queen Marde and her court 

were elec ted through .1 student wide eloCtJOri 

from Dominations made In tin- dormitories. Toe 

contest was sponsored by the elections 

board of the student Government AaaocJarJon 



Queen Marcie shcrn \ h,r r\, itcment during the game. 

The STATE FAIR COURT included from left to right) Karen Karisney, F.Uiinc Sarulers. Uremia U'i/s<-n. Slardia Bella. Qwtm Mame F-uler, Carlo 
MiK'ain, Sharon Parker, Charleiw Wheehr, and Ja'.: 




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Kathleen Budd 



Homecoming Queen 



Kathleen Budd, who in a sophomore from 
Opdousas I ouisiana, was chosen to reign over 
the 1968 HOM1 COMING I 01 RT Nominations 
.Hid elections <>( the court were made by the 

\ (II B. Kathleen and court su p ported the 

Demons as the Demons were defeated bj 
Southwestern. 




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M em b e r * of the (90S HOMECOMING CO\ RT {from left to right) en Beoerhj (lurk. Elatm Semdert, l.mului Webb, ' mm, Qu 

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Marsha Bella 



Potpourri Boll Queen 



Reigning over the 1988 l'()l l'<M khi BALI 
was Marsha Bella, a sophomore sodolog) majoi 
From Berwick l ouisiana Nominations to 
(In- court uiir made I >\ various servi 
organizations on campus Queen and court 
were selected through .t campus-wide election 



Potpourri Editor, Gall Dooley, it thown crow n ing Quoon \l.irsha 
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Tha POTPOURRI BALL COURT mduded from left to right) Pattya Robuuon, Thotew I mbardh i Parian 

\4anha BeUo, Suian Brumfieid, Swan David, Chrii Road, and Janit I. 




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Who 's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges 



The students recognized in Who's Who each year are 
nominated from over 750 colleges and universities and are 
selected on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, 
participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular 
activities, service, and general promise of future usefulness. 
College juniors, seniors and students enrolled in graduate courses 
are eligible for nomination. Nominations are made by 
the faculty. 



Terry Alario, Business Administration Trudy White, Sociology 



Ronald Brown, Government 




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Dapliana Smith, Vocational Home 
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Donald Durham, Accounting 



Pattye Robinson, Business Education 






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Chnrlr\ Cham li Science 




■•i (ration 







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Hranfon. MunneM 
.Wrm- '. Microbiology 



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Ocfo Faust, Physical Education 



Kathleen Eddleman, Accounting 



James Robertson, Accounting 





Diane Crosby, Home Economics Education Mike Herron, Physical Education 



Judy Eggleston, Business and Office Education 








Sylvia Crump, Mathematics 



Robert Cypert, Physical Education 

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Harriet Lowrey, Nursing 





SfHfi Farham. Distributive and Business Kathy Agutllard, Nursing 
Education 



Dan DWKM, Fhywcal Education 





Lynda Laurence. Sock 



Henry Burns, I'pper Elementary Education Cheryl Terry. Primary Education 





St//i i<i Thigpcn, English 



Wayne Crouch. Busmen .\dmir,-. 



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Louisiana State Board of Education 



HON. WILLIAM ]. DODD 
State Superintendent of Education 



HON. NASH C. ROBERTS 
First Public Service Commission District 



HON. JACK FRUGE 
Second Public Service Commission District 









HON. LOUIS }. MICHOT 
Second Public Service Commission District 



HON. ENOCH T. NIX 

Third Public Service Commission District 



HON. A. D. SMITH 
First Congressional District 



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HON. ;. MARSHALL BROWN 
ond Congressional District 



HON HARVEY rF.LTIF.R 
Third Co n gn u tondl DMKol 



HON ROBl HI II < I HH) 



HON. W. F WHETSTONE 
Fifth Congressional District 



HON. V. J. SCOC1N 
Sixth Congressional District 



HON. ROYD \f WOODABD, Ml) 

• nth Congressional District 







The Honorable \ D Suri^ president of 
the State Ho. ml ol Education, was killed 

in .1 tractOf .undent .it his farm m 

Picayune, Mississippi, In March, and Ins 
wife wai appointed to fill Ins unexpired 
term on the Board by Governm John 

M( keltllell 

'Hie Honorable Fred I TannehiD, \ 
president became president ol the 
Board 



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lent Kilpatrick welcomes all \tudcnts and alumni to the /*'6s 
Homc< -ime. 



President Arnold Kilpatrick 



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President and Sin Arnold Kilpatrick 




Vice-President 

of 

Academic Affairs 




DR. CHARLES THOMAS 



Administrative Deans 






Dudley G. Fulton-Dean of Students; B.A. 
Northwestern State College; M.S., Louisi- 
ana State University. 



Lucile M. Hendrick—Dean of Women; 
B.A., Northwestern State College; M.Ed., 
Northwestern State College. 



Leonard O. Nichols— Dean of Men; B.A., 
Northwestern State College; M.A., North- 
western' State College. 




Academic Deans 



Din ul Towntand Dean of School of 
Bminem, B s Cornell Coll,-.-,- u \ 
Unh entity of ' ' ?h P . Laid- 

siatw Statt ' 'nh entity 






ham Bet 

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I Sfnk/v*— Dean of 
Affair\. II \ 

tern State Col 
Fh D . I. u: Sana - 
rtity. 



Bienvenu Dean ,>/ \rt\ i- Sn- 
encc* I MS Lotmmwc Stati- 

rii d., ' 

Texas. 





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Administrative Services 




Jerry Pierce— Director of Informational Services 




Harrel C. Haile— Director of Alumni and Placement 





Anita Pierce— Assistant Dean of Women 




Walter P. LeDet-Registrar 




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Sylvan R. Sibley— Purchasing Agent 




\'.i/ifor 








C / Stamrs-Dircctor of // 




Mi / //. ■.-.:. M /':'. 



Dr TancUi \f< -F.luxc -! •tntchni; <mii 




front U' \/,;rfin 




'■ r :^:ht- Business Manager 




Campus Services 




James K. Lee, Campus Security Chief 




Ethel Scroggins— Student Union Information 




BOOK STORE-Selma Mahfouz (Manager), Elizabeth Hagewood, Sandra Mora, 
Dorothy Martin, Venia Box. 





Robert Wilson— Student Union 



Jerry Wilson — Attendance 
Counselor 



David Martin, David Stone, Richard Sweet— Food 
Services. 



Lillian Cohen— Student Union 
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Gertrude H. Lyons— Student Union Infor- 
mation 







MEN'S HOUSING DIRECTORS-FIRST ROW. ROTTOM TO TOT Dflifc //. -..' | Smtk, 

tb, SECOND ROW. BOTTOM TO TOT Culumu- Lmbo, Wml Rapfcta* I.udl. Pmdhcmmt, FmUrri ■ South Hall 

THIRD ROW, ROTTOM TO TOT Elma Ihntnn. Cmporii //.-.. I MM lf.COM .,.-.. U . >r ITill. 



Housing Directors 



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Student Government Association 



HENRY L. BURNS 
Student Body President 





DEAN FULTON 
Sponsor of SGA 



The Student Government Association is the only campus 
organization which embraces the whole realm of 
campus life, including the individual student, his 
organizations, and his day-to-day life. Student 
Government is basic to the welfare of the student. 
The SGA, as the basic organization, is invested with 
the responsibility of speaking for the entire student 
body, it supervises and coordinates student activities, 
and it seeks to provide the proper collegiate academic 
and social medium. Most importantly, it serves as a 
link between the student and the administration. We 
have made sincere efforts to accomplish these ends 
during the past years. In doing so, we hope we have 
helped both the student and our college. 
The Students of Northwestern State College, grateful 
for the opportunity of living in a free country, and 
desiring to prove and develop their capacity for 
self-government, have organized themselves into the 
Student Government Association. Executive powers are 
vested in its officers. 



BILL FOWLER 
Vice-President of Student Body 




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EDITH DcWITT 

Pretidt nt for Women 




GEORGE RALPH GR \) 
President for Mi n 



S.G.A. Executive Council 



JANIS LOWE 

Student Body Secretary 













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S.G.A. Voting Members 




SEATED: Trudy Bates, Theresa Lomhardino, Susan Nickerson, 
Donna Battle, Patsy Slifer, Lynda Henderson. STANDING: Charles 
Balliro, Steve Bonin, Gary Digilormo, Mike East, Garland Riddle, 



Stephen Rhoades, Larry Grade, Bob Nida, Stan Parham, Val 
Marmillion, Terry Alario. 



Freshman Associates 




Sherry Brashear, Wanda Stoma, Cynthia Riser, Ellen Fontenot, 
Lynn Killen, Debbie Singletary, Christie Conine, Brenton Gros, 



Ira Gamble, Tommy McCullough, Donnie Martin, Milton Rhea. 



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JUDICl \/n BO KRD Ml M 

SEATEl 

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Judiciary Board 
and Election 
Hoard 



Election Board Co-Chairman 

I mill n,\\ ll i and (.1 ORG! R Cfl U 





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Larry (.' r art*. 




MEMBERS OF THE S.G.A. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 
-SEATED: Rhonda Coleman, Trudy White, Bill Fowler, Bruce 



Stroud, Steve Rhoades. STANDING: Bruce Guillet, William Ed- 
wards, Dorothy Fair, Bonnie Martin. 



S.G.A. 

Entertainment 

Committee 




New A. M.S. President Spanky Baker, outgoing President George Gray, newly elected 
Secretary Clifton Miller and Vice-President Bill Thrash at the A.M.S. Awards Night. 



Did he win? 





Combined forces of the many and varied Student Union Commv 



Student Union Committee 




One of th,- Student Union Committees hard at work 



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SEATED: Mrs. Jerry Pierce, TAWS Adviser and the Assistant Dean of 
Women. STANDING: Mary Bernard, Vice-President; Lynda Henderson, 
IAWS Representative; Edith DeWitt, President; Chris Reed, Corresponding 
Secretary. 



Associated Women Students 



Annual Christmas project, Christmas at Home. 





MRS. LUCILE HENDRICK 

Sponsor 



Town Associated \\ onwn Students 




Toni Vcrchcr, Christi Conine, Caroli/n I.tndsci/. Barliara Fouhr, 
Jan DobtO n , \tcllm Broun, Bcierlt/ S/iir/ci/, Anita Barron . Ihnothtj 



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Anne PetrtU, Barhara Jo Fowitt 



The Associated Women Students is composed of all 
WOmen students on campus and is .1 member ol the 

[ntercollegiate Association ol Women Students. Elected 

representatives from each residence hall serve on the 
A W.S. Council through which the women have a 

voice in their government Through its activities the 

A A\ .S. aims to create an attitude of intellectual, social, 
and spiritual growth anionic women students. To 

develop a sense ,>t telf-responsibility, to instill a spirit 

of cooperation, and friendship, and to uphold bigfa 
social and academic standards among the women of 
the college is a true aim ot the LW.S 



The main puri>ose of the Town \ ..ted Women 
Students is to keep women students living "IF campus 

informed concerning activities on campus The TAWS 

officers arc also on the A W S council. 



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Associated Men Students 

The Associated Men Students, in its eleventh year as an 
organization at N.S.C., has been an effective part of 
the college. Its membership is composed of men 
students who live in the residence halls on the campus. 
Each year its members must maintain a "C" average. 
The main objectives of the Associated Men Students are 
as follows: to promote, in cooperation with the College 
Administration, the general welfare of men students 
at Northwestern State College and, in particular, the 
welfare of men living in residence halls on the campus, 
to serve as means of expression of opinion for men 
students, to instill in men students a sense of good 
citizenry, true sportsmanship and mature responsibility, 
and to uphold high standards of conduct and 
scholarship among students attending Northwestern 
State College. 




Larry Grade, Vice-President; George R. Gray, President; Stephen W. Prime, 
Secretary; Raymond Hammond, Treasurer. (Not pictured sponsor Mr. Starnes.) 




ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE A.M.S.-Bill Melder, Larry Hall. 
Wayne Bolton, Steve Bourriaque, John Teague, David Jackson, 
Dean Kilmer. David Berryman, Bill Thrash. Carl David. Stan 
Russell, Sidney Hartman, Gary Boucher, Bruce Yeatman, Stephen 
Rhodes, Michael Crain. Martin Lambert, Ronald Bushy, l'ai Ezer- 
nack. Samuel P. Little, Camille Manck, Charles Voshurg, Bohhy 



Masters. Lynn Wallace, Philip Maniscalo, David F. Larson, Don 
Durham, Richard Pierce, Learohn Calducll, James Young, Vaughn 
Stagg, Oswald Hollings worth, Ronald Rohertson, Richard Krape, 
Raymond Hammond, Stephen Prime, Garland J. Hutson, Keith 
Bailey, James Rambin, ' 



une, urununu j. iiui.tun, iwnri 
. Prewitt, Rocky B. Berlin. Ronald 
Hooper, Jack Barr, Ron Distefano. 



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HONORARY, ACADEMIC, AND 

PROFESSIONAL 



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Purple Jackets 




Clad in their purple and white, the Purple Jackets are 
continuously seen on campus. This group has become the 
traditional hostesses at all college events, serving at 
such activities as registration, entertainment programs, 
and graduation exercises. Membership is based on 
scholarship, character, personality, spirit of cooperation, 
and unselfishness in serving the college. The honor of 
becoming a member is one of the greatest accorded to a 
woman student at N.S.C. 



Officers: Marjorie Padula, Linda Fell, Sue Boho, Louise Riehl, 
President; Mrs. Pierce, Sponsor. 



FIRST ROW: Linda Fell, Polly Ducote, Sue Bobo, Marjorie Pa- 
dula, Sandra Almon, Cecile Culp. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Crump, 
Martha Berry, Daphana Smith, Lorrie Miller, Louise Riehl. THIRD 
ROW: Mrs. Pierce, Edith DeWitt, Pat Green, Linda Hollingsworth, 
Loretta David, Evelyn Beham. 







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ST AS DISC. Iloutur Whitehead, Ronnie Rradford, C.anj Hangarl, 

Jim Wukh, Emit Scott, Wuymt Pnmftm, Dale Brouubtt, Terry 



.Mario, Cin/lon Landry SJ VTED Wiji/n, Cromeh, Larry Key$, 
Ronnie Brown, Pni^ht Rtm<!- .r,>n r<.r> 



Circle K 



Terry 



This was the third year tor the CIRCLE K on the 
campus at Northwestern. The organization is a service 
glOap which hinctiom at all OoDege activities. The 
future of the American way of life will someday he in the 
hands ot the men who are on our oollege campuses 
today. Cllde K offers kiwanis the opportumt\ to take an 
active part in leC Urfn g the continuance of our herit 
and in providing the leadership for the preservation of 
tin- tree world. 




CIRCLE K CLUB 




HORTHUESTERN 
STATE COLLEGE 




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Blue 







FIRST ROW: Larry McCollum, Eric J. Bienvenu, Roger Ham- 
mons, Barry Ban, Jack Stegemann. SECOND ROW: Danny Bob 
Turner, Dale Behan, Winston Bolinger, Tandy McElwee, Jr. 
THIRD ROW: Ronald Mayeaux, Tony Rispoli, Bill Fowler, Bill 



Allbritten, Steve Rhodes. FOURTH ROW: Louise Riehl, sweet- 
heart; Donald Mayeaux, Donald Durham, Charles Charrier, James 
Jeansonne, Robert Anglin, Loyd Sledge. 



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Key 



The twentj members <>f Blue Ki j rrive on campus each 
year, almost before anyone else, to begin their work. 
\\ orldng .it the semester registrations, sen ing .is ushers 
.it various programs, decorating rbi Homecoming and 
Mom and Dads I).i\. .mil conducting the annual summer 
Cheerleadi r's Clinic are tin- major Functions of thi 
group. 

Membership in tin group requires an over .ill 2 5 

average, membership and officership in at least two 
campus organizations, and a final majority vote ot the 

chapter. To !><■ a member ot Blue Key is indeed an honor 
and one recognized among the students on campus. 



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Kappa Delta Pi 




Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, was 
organized for the purpose of encouraging high 
professional, intellectual, and personal standards, and to 
recognize outstanding contributions to education. Those 
people who exhibit commendable personal qualities, 
worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarships are 
invited to be members. Kappa Delta Pi endeavors to 
maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among 
its members and to quicken professional growth by 
honoring achievement in educational work. Gamma Phi 
Chapter began on the N.S.C. campus in 1934 and 
annually presents programs in which the guest speakers 
from the various departments on campus are called in to 
speak on projects in which they are involved. 



Dr. Clinton Thomas, Sponsor; Barbara Stafford, Historian and 
Reporter; Lorrie Miller, Secretary; Karen Curry, Vice-President; 
Cecile Culp, President. Not pictured: Mrs. Marion Nesom, Treas- 
urer. 



FIRST ROW: Marsha Dufrene, Cecile Culp, Dorene Hawks. SEC- 
OND ROW: Loretta David, Karen Curry, Ann Bolton, Barbara 
Stafford, Mary Ross, Lorrie Miller. THIRD ROW: Charles Char- 
rier, Dr. Thomas Clinton. 




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Alpha Lambda Delta 




SEATED: Gloria Turner, Secretary; Margaret Korar, President; Jody 
Parker, Historian STANDING Linda Green, Town Repreeentattoe, 
Mania Gallagher, Vice-President^ Judy McElhatten, Keeper <>f tin- 
Gradet; Nancy Hampton, Social Chairman. Rene Gibson, Treasurer. 



\u Sigm i < in is tli<- N.S.C ( bapl 
Delhi a national honorai 
Tin- purpose "i Mpha Lambda Delta is ti» |>: 
intelligenl living a high standard oi learning and 
superior scholastic attainment among tin- Frrshnx 
Northwestern student membership to 

sophomore women who 1- ed at le 

scholastic average during their Freshmen theii 

sophomi the members become collegi 

alumnae Ea< li yeai Nu Sigma Chi Chaptei ofl 
tutoring services to tli<- freshmen women presenl 
skit in all the Freshmen women's dormitories and 
sponsors the Academic Banquet 



FRON1 TWO Gloria Turner and En F1BS1 I 

' . I. aula Green, \ eta Ann V 
Linda Heard SI < OND R< >\\ ' 
Katlr • I II I HI > ROW Chri 

Ann Broussard, Margaret Basco, Ali pard 

HI II ROM San v Hampton, I 

Hi IU ( '.li n li / // /'// li( CW 

I'at Tauzm. Jody Parker, Mtaet Curry SIXTH ROW II 
Gallagher, Kiiy (.><;/•. r, Donna \l< I lhatu n \4t ■ 
links SEVENTH ROW ShsrL Pnmctk 

Farthing, Patricia Jamil EIGHTH ROW; Karen I 

Davit, Mary M Md mry, Janet Churchman, Wr.rir.. ly. 




Phi Mu Alpha 













FIRST ROW: Lloyd Lacy, Glen Welman, Charles Pace, James 
Hooter. SECOND ROW: Craig Pratt, Les Steele, Steven Hitt, 
Eddie Farabough. THIRD ROW: Rill Conerly, Stan Russell, 
Jerry Righam, Bobby Kerr. FOURTH ROW: Paul Weller, Larry 



Powell, Ron Brasher, Don Ward. FIFTH ROW: Jay Keppel, 
Richard Fletcher, Ron Brigmon. SIXTH ROW: Doug Sullivan, 
William Gaeddert, Faculty Adviser. 







OFFICERS-Steven Hitl, President; Les Steele, Vica-Fraiidmt, Riek Larry, 
lory; Doug Sullivan. Tr\ Paul Wei .'ne Alumni v 

tan/. Lurry /'one//. Warden; William Gaeddert, Faculty \<l< 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfoni.i Fraternit) was founded on October 8, 
l^ l )s. at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, 
Massachusetts. The purposes <>t the fraternity arc to advance 
the cause of music m America, to Foster the mutual welfare 

and the brotherhood of music students, to develop the truest 

fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to 

the Alma Mater. 

Some of the activities of the Gamma Mho chapter include tours 

to area schools presenting a program of choral and instrumental 

music. 



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Euthenics Club 




The Northwestern State College Euthenics Club, 
an affiliation with the Louisiana Home 
Economics Association and the American Home 
Economics Association, was organized in 1926. 
Since then it has become one of the outstanding 
departmental clubs at N.S.C. The purposes of 
the Euthenics Club are to promote professional 
spirit and co-operation, to foster sociability, to 
promote scholarship, and to develop leadership. 
The Motto is: "We believe in minds that think, 
hearts that love, and hands that work." 
Euthenics implies better living. 



FIRST ROW: Mrs. Maxine Southerland, Sponsor; Brenda Stanly, Secretary; 
Haley Miller, Historian; Mrs. Jennifer Hamner, State Officer; Mrs. Evelyn 
Lord Behan, President. SECOND ROW: Pauline DuCote, Parliamentarian; 
Sandra Almon, First Vice-President; Louise Riehl, Co-Treasurer; Daphana 
Smith, Co-Publicity Chairman. NOT PICTURED: Jane Phillips, Second 
Vice-President; Linda Johnson, Treasurer; Charlotte Gremillion, Co-Publicity 
Chairman. 



FIRST ROW: Haley Miller, Brenda Stanly, Stephanie 
Farahee, Pauline DuCote. SECOND ROW: Sandra 
Rhodes, Daphana Smith, Phyllis Loupe, Becky Werner. 
THIRD ROW: Martha Miniville, Loretta Dewil, Jennifer 
Hamner, Evelyn Behan. FOURTH ROW: Bobbie Coffey, 
Margaret Andries, Pattye Churchman. FIFTH ROW: 
Janelle Baham, Mrs. Maxine Southerland, Louise Riehl, 
Sandra Almon. 




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Ditni Eooni A • ■':• r v. Linda C unnin gham, ( !>m/. 

SaOy Wells, Parliamentarian, Batty lhi\tuk. Historian, I Maty 

Ettey, Vice-President \(*/ PH HMD Mr, iviUion, I- 



Alpha Beta Upha, the only national coeducational undergraduate 
Ubrerj Science Fraternity in the United states. kis enjoyed .1 vuiet) <>t 

acti\ ities .uul programs this year, including lx>ok re\ iew b, a discussion 
on tin- oewl) adopted program in library education, .t t.ilk on special 

libraries, a field trip, parties, and .1 banquet 




Alpha Beta Alpha 






FIRST ROW Margaret J<>l>c, Sharon, Sharon Hutu. Linda Cun- 
ningham, Samh Wettt iim EBay. SECOND ROW 

Margaret McKay, Rarl>aru Satchar, Shirla Roguamore, 



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FIRST ROW: Bonnie Brand, Nolan LeBlanc, Cesar Sosa, 
Robert Parker. SECOND ROW: Gary Coleman, Timothy 
Poston, Johnny Wanger, Ashley Disotell. THIRD ROW: 
Rene DeHon, Randy McKnight, Jerry Masters, Dick Robert- 
son, Herman Lawson. 



Rene DeHon, faculty advisor and Dick Robertson, President. 




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OFFICERS \l TABU Ben Rushing, Jr. Saeretary-Treaaureri 
Donald M. H ultu \</i /mt. Chattel Charrier, President; 



Kirln/ 11,1ms, i/, \ || i I'u w,lcnt 



Phi Eta Sigma 



SJ \li.D Barry Barr, Ben Ruthoig, 7r . Cfamki Charrier, Donald 
\/ Remon, R'luiUI Mayamux, Tandy McElwee, Jr. Donald Mil- 






STANDING Ronald Bushy, Erit i 

Houuld Broun, l.-ud Sl> dgf 




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Pi Omega Pi 




FIRST ROW: Anna Gallien, Marilyn White, Cyndee Osborne, 
Vicki Paulk, Ann Kovar. SECOND ROW: Judy Eggleston, Vir- 
ginia Rabalais, Gayla Whittington, Virginia Procell, Mitzi Boyeti, 



Peggy Purcell. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Killen, Mattie Eason, Sharon 
Bartlett, Janis Lowe, Hilda Dees, Saundra Chance, Meda Brown, 
Kathy Gray, Gladys Lambert, Ricky French. 



Pi Omega Pi, National Honorary Business Fraternity, 
has as its purpose to establish and maintain ideals of 
scholarship and the furthering of service and high 
ethical standards in business and professional life. 
The local N.S.C. chapter, Alpha Nu, has been active on 
campus since 1938 and has aided those preparing to 
enter the business world through constructive social and 
educational activities. 



OFFICERS-SEATED: Sharon Bart- 
lett, Treasurer; Kathy Gray, 2nd Vice- 
President; Gladys Lambert, President; 
Anna Gallien, Secretary; Judy Eggles- 
ton, Chaplain. STANDING: Vicki 
Paulk, Social Chairman; Cyndee Os- 
borne, Reporter; Mrs. Killen, sponsor. 




The Spanish Club 




FIRST now Sttphtn C \vh,il,„ jmmm H TTiffirr. Wkkmd 
(. 14 ';nni/ r Rolrfni n SECOND ROW U i//mm W /•'//• 

Ronald W. Cfar*. Tfcn 1 /<<A. r THIRD ROM 
rah K MmJ&n, Thomas \l Rggina, Julta \ Wtilil. FOURTH 



ROW: Jmmm ^f Dmok Sandra K S$mtmm MavMH l if TH 

WCH' /)r Ramon £ BrodVrnuini 



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FIRST ROW: Mrs. A. D. Sewell, Patricia Green, Henry Leon 
Burns, Travis Lynn Bolton. SECOND ROW: Lin Leeth, Patrick 
M. Guidry, Herman Lee Fontenot, Donate) Durham, Joseph Willie 
Schelette. 

Beta Gamma Psi 



Beta Gamma Psi, a national honor fraternity, was 
established at Northwestern in March, 1966. It is a 
professional organization for encouraging higher 
standards of scholarship and developing a closer 
relationship between accounting students, faculty, and 
businessmen. 



OFFICERS-SEATED: Mrs. A. D. Sewell, faculty sponsor; 
Patricia Green, Secretary. STANDING: Travis Bolton, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Henry Burns, President. 



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SJ ZATED: Deborah UcCullcr. Georgia Kinnison. FIRST HCW 
Konn Worthy, Veto Medico, Nettie Chenevert, Sfu-m/ Barrett, 
Stuon Michael, /.erne Miller, Johnette Johnston, Shirley Weat rr. 



SECOND Of Hi' c.l, nda Shydetary, Karen Cum,. Foley Pup 
I.ura Morgan, Ami Ui/i re, Sally Fhtlhj>\ Linda (.'- 
Pons, Barbara Willis 



Sigma Alpha Iota 



Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional music 
fraternity for women, was Founded in 1903 in Ann 
Arbor. Michigan Fratemit) purposes include upholding 

the highest ideals <>l .1 musical education raisinu the 

standards of productive musical work, developing 
American music and promoting a Stronger 

understanding of music between foreign countries and 



America Membership is open to music majors who 
have i facult) recommendation and show ex in 

scholarship and musical ability. Chapter Activities 

include monthly musicals receptions for music students 
and faculty, and performers, and an All American 

MuMi Concert given jomtl) with Phi Mu Ah 




1CERSSEATED W PIANO 
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Demeter Club 






The Demeter Agricultural Fraternity, named after 
Demeter, the ancient Greek goddess of Earth and all 
vegetation, was organized October 18, 1928. It was 
begun at Southwestern Louisiana Institute, Lafayette, 
Louisiana, by Dean J. L. Fletcher, then head of the 
Agricultural Department. From a small group of eight 
members, the Demeter Club has expanded into a 



national organization with three chapters and a total 
membership of approximately one thousand. Activities 
of the Demeter Club include sponsoring turkey and 
beef shoots, judging in area F.F.A. contests, and 
sponsoring the annual "Agri Day." Membership 
requirements include a major in Agriculture with at 
least nine hours and a "C" average in the major. 










MEMBERS OF DEMETER CLUB - 
OFFICERS: Dale Behan, President; Don- 
ald Barron, Treasurer; Wayne Warren, 
Secretary; Charles Stephens, Reporter; Dr. 
Ralph Fell and Mr. Broussard, Advisers. 



Pineville Student Nurses issociation 



Students who are enrolled in tli ( School <>t Nursing 
attend Baton Rouge and Shrevepotl Campuses, which 

their major campuses. In the junior \< u foil] 
groups oi students come to I'linxille to stucK 

psychiatric nursing. The purpose of their rotation to 

'r.il Louisiana state Hospital is to utilize the 
Eadlit) as a laboratory where students stud) all types 



ol meiitalU ill patients observing I 

what th< validating their findings and 

King lot solutions to tin- problems < 
Thus tin- steps m problem solving m emphasized 
a foundation is laid lor later (ourses which th< 
students pursue. 




FIRST ROW Brrki/ Colrman. Rcizinn C.nudeau EM SCOM 

Linda 1 ,i. Vary /.,,„ Car- 

\7) ROW; Brtmde Cuu^.u. Cindy VrouUlt, Pammla 



C.rmi. DotttJ Farki I 7 I mil,; ( '. nzaUt, 

im Bnmmard I 



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NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE 



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FIRST ROW: Eva Jo Eason, Pamela Ybos, Janet Reynolds, Shirley 
Grunwald, Daisy Sapp, Janet Shaw, Vicki Poole, Beverly Weber, 
Jo Anna Wright, Gaye Brown, Diane Ballard, Kathleen Aguillard, 
Connie Bailes. SECOND ROW: Geneva Kidd, Sharon Duhon, 
Barbara Washabaugh, Lizbeth Rice, Linda Nations, Jeanne Liggcn, 
Sharon Smith, Georgean Henderson, Mayetta Phillips, Nancy 
Wilson, Betty Ames, Mary Katherine Peacock, Cheri Hyde, Ann 
Hartwick, Pat Eichelberger, Mickie McWilliams, Kathy Smith, 



Dorothy Roberts, Mary Gwinn, Sandra Adams, Marilyn Head, 
Bridget Wallace, Sarah Mills. Anita Mahaffey, Penny Gatt, Chaster 
Martin, Jr., Beverly Pyle. THIRD ROW: Dean Grotzinger, Janette 
Wright, Cynthia Toms, Connie Floyd, Charlotte McDearmont, 
Helen Lovelady, Pamela Quails, Pamela Hebert, Roxanne Kimball, 
Katherine Zimmerman, Barbara Rich, Brenda Lauret, Carolyn 
Hazeltine, Geraldine Scott, Teresa Grigsby, Wayne McCtdlen. . . 



Shreveport Student Nurses Association 



All activities of the Shreveport Campus have been 
located in the beautiful, modern building on 
Warrington Place. This building consisting of a 
dormitory wing and an educational wing, is used by 
students and faculty in Nursing, Education, and the 
Graduate School. Here, in an academic setting geared 
to teaching clinical nursing courses, students in 
nursing spend 2 1 /£ years of their four-year curriculum. 
While continuing to participate in many social and 
cultural activities on the Natchitoches Campus, they 
also represent the College in professional and 
community activities in Shreveport. 



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Baton Rouge Student Nurses Association 



The staff at Baton Rouge is one 
of the finest. 





Sur only part of their training 

here. 



During the Sophomore year, student nurses transfer to 
the Baton Rouge Campus to begin courses in clinical 

nursing at the Baton Rouge General Hospital. Their 

activities hen are mam and varied. They lcam the 
courses in clinical DUning, hut there is also time for 

social activities. 



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MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Roland Cortes, Richard Lindsey, Totn- 
mie Winburn, Raymond L. Christenson, Dwayne Gilbert. SECOND 
ROW: Dr. Bill Shaw, Tommy Dunagan, Thomas Ivey, Jack Baum, 



William Loftin, Francis Gauthier, William Chappell, Lynwood 
Powell. 



Raymond L. Christenson, Secretary and Treasurer and Richard Lindsey, 
President. 




Iota Lambda Sigma 



Iota Lambda Sigma is an honorary national fraternity 
for students beginning their school year and teachers 
in the fields of industrial education and technology. 
Students must have an overall "B" average and a 3.0 
average in their major to be eligible for membership 
in the fraternity. 

Iota Lambda Sigma is devoted to the improvement and 
promotion of high quality education, service, and 
workmanship. The development of ethical standards 
and excellence is emphasized. 






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5E \TF.D Dr Tom Wells, Waun* Wttk Stephen Print SI \\7> 
INC Dr. Jam " ' rkle, William Arcanoaux, Dr Donald Raw- 



Rohcrt Undtty, Nancy Hudson, Linda Hottingtu rt)\ Dr 
Marietta LeBreton Mist Jam Scott. 



Phi Alpha Tbeta, the National Honor Society in History. 
is represented on tin Northwestern campus by the 
Pi Chapter. Pi Chapter was established on March 21. 
1934. .ind although inactive for a Dumber of years, 
is still one <>l tlic oldest societies on campus. Its 
membership is composed "f students and processor! 
who have shown < iceOence in the field of history. 



Phi Alpha Theta 



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OFFICERS: Carol Floyd, Treasurer; Danny Turner, Historian; 
Gary Silvey, Guide; Don Guidry, President; Leslie Herst, Secre- 



tary; Dick Martin, Sergeant-at-Arms; Kevin Crowe, Vice-President. 



FIRST ROW: Caroll Floyd, Kevin Crowe, Dick Martin, Doug Tarver. SECOND 
ROW: Ronald Guidry, Danny Turner, William Bordelon. THIRD ROW: Steve 
Gaspard, David Smith, Gary Silvey. FOURTH ROW: Bob Going, Joe Guillory, John 
Porche. FIFTH ROW: Leslie Herst, Terry Beck. SIXTH ROW: Donnie Holland, 
Doug Watts, Mike Delcamhre, Tom Morales. SEVENTH ROW: Jerry Brungart, 
Jerry Campbell, Billy Culbreath, Chester Wroten 



Phi Epsilon Kappa 



Phi Epsilon Kappa is the only national professional 
fraternity for male students and teachers of health, 
physical education, and recreation. This 
fraternity was founded at the Normal College of 
the American Gymnastics Union of Indianapolis, 
Indiana, in 1913. With the installation of Beta 
chapter at the American College of Physical 
Education in Chicago, Illinois, Phi Epsilon 
Kappa took its first step toward becoming a 
national fraternity. Alpha Phi chapter was installed 
at Northwestern on April 28, 1951. 
One of the primary objectives of the fraternity is 
to elevate the standards, ideals, and ethics of those 
engaged in teaching in the fields of health, 
physical education, and recreation. 




Society for The Advancement of Management 




FIRST ROW Michael Rifidon, Kenneth Wilson. Thomas W'oltz. 
H.un, Bums, E/.s Daiule. SECOND ROW Eddit Rob0rt$on i 



I.indst u Sihliucl. Ronald Christie, Donald Txnsleu R 



Publications Committee 



Fran Arnona, Dr. Earle Cross, J. W. Johnson, Dean Leonard 1 f Rl /). Raymond Hammond. James Simmons, Dr 1 

SuluiU. lam Rispdi, Mikt Churchman, Janus Lowe SOT PIC- still. Wutjn, Horn. 






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Young Republicans 




SEATED: Al Moak, Nonnie Moak, Sandra Davis, Valery Hansen, 
Bruce Friedman. STANDING: Ronnie Woods, William Coneraly, 



Vaughn Stagg, Bill Guin, Bruce Kevil, Ken Kavalawski. 



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RICHARD M NIXON 




The rally sponsored by the Younp Republicans for Mr. Nixon dur- 
ing his campaign. 



Wallace campaign held on campu\ b< t <tudi-nt\ fot \fr V 
chief opponent in the South. 



. campaign booth in Strident Union sponsored by the Young 
Republicans. 




The Young Republicans 



Busy. That is the word for N.S.C.'s Young Rcpubli 
Club. Re-established In September, 196S. the club 
has grown to be one of the largest college dobs in the 
state. The club worked diligently thromzhout the 
campaign and election months with its fol 
concentrated around a campaign booth in the Student 
Union. 

A NixOD for President Rally was sponsored by the 
Younu Republicans. Bunting banners, pictures, Bags 
and signs were all displayed The event was i success 

and came off without incident. 

Amoiu: the activities of the club were a t.ivi ser\ice 

provided tor students going to and from registration; 

information booths at registration; the presentation of 
an American Mac to the college; and ■ oewsletti r of 

club act i\ iti< 

There is always somet h ing right around the comer 

for the college Young Republican. 



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Physical Education Majors Club 




All women Health and Physical Education majors 
and all interested minors are eligible for membership 
in the Physical Education Majors Club. Honorary 
members become such through worthy contributions 
to the department and by the vote of the club. 
Purposes of the club include development of a closer 
relationship among the members, the creation of more 
interest in Health and Physical Education, provision 
for fun and companionship, and the furtherance of 
professional interest. This organization is governed 
by an Executive Council which consists o£ the officers, 
the class representatives, and the sponsor. The 
representative group is composed of one member 
from each class voted into this position by the class 
membership. 



FIRST ROW: Peggy White, Pat Tauzin, Fern Martin, Carolyn 
Comer, Diane Dees Morris. SECOND ROW: Mary Kay Schwartz, 
Jane Green, Cherry Crawford, Julia Parker. 



Susan Day y Cherry Lovett, Phyllis Love, Danell Rruchas, Marcie 
Elkins, Julia Parker, Chris Buck. 




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FIRST ROW June Landry. Berki/ liut!s<<n. Camhin Comer. Susan 
\nita Choate. Judu Parky Jaekn- Smith. Sh, ri/l Reek 

•ril. Diane Oliver, lulia Park. ■ SECOND ROW fancy 

Debbie Fontenot, Maty Kay Schwartz, Vickie BlackweU, 

Elaine RttsteU, /'« nny Krentieri k \l,irn F.lkms, Pom Krennerick, 

Lillian Greene, Nancy Irby, I. aula Raebury, Alatna Davie, Mottle 

Louery, Janet Park, t THIRD ROM /'...' I ,.n:in, Wanda Clark. 
Pat Ortigo, Sutan Smith, Sandra Roquemore, Dam-lie Bruchaui, 
Diane A/urns. Dee Barho. Juli, Loughron, Momea Butts, SUone 
Robert, Peggy White, Cindy Coker, Cathy Chaumont KH RTH 



ROW: Susan Carturieht. Judie Hillman %m Miller 

Phylm Long, Join Green Diet \uin Judy 

White, Vickie Wi orry I ■ ■■■ Mary I iahoe. M. 

Hathorn, Joy '■' nda Bocket III III ROW Cromh 

ford, Joycehjn Harms, Nine ' ' 

Beverly I Una Pi/lant. Fern Martin, D 

tine Ratkff, Morforie Mcltmk Debbi ■ SIXTH l« >u 

tO, Kathi/ Derhcnne. Poggg Landry. Paula Melt On, CI 
Bertha Charles. F ranees Urates 



Physical Education Majors Club 



FIRST ROW: Diane Decs Morris, Fern Martin, foggy White 
SECOSD ROW Julia Parker, Carolyn Comer, Pat Tauzm, Donna 



Crawford, Jane Green, Mary Kay Schuartz 




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Student Louisiana Teachers Association 



The Student Louisiana Teachers Association of 
Northwestern is an organization for the purpose of 
teacher orientation through a democratic system of self- 
improvement. Through S.L.T.A. future teachers practice 
the art of following the leading under the supervision 
of their own governing members. S.L.T.A. serves as a 
body for learning through the process of association with 
interesting peers and builds preceptive teacher-citizens. 



STANDING: Betty Hood, Treasurer; Pamela Carmichael, Parlia- 
mentarian; Carline Wilson, Vice-President; Ann Bolton, Secretary; 
Charlyn Broussard, Reporter-Historian. SEATED: Cathie Pelt, 
President. 




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RELIGIOUS ORG \M/\ TIO.XS 



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Baptist Student Union 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Gayle Haight, Wayne 
Strickland, Susan Stokcld. SECOND ROW: Liz Duggin, Glenda 
Fontenot, Dick Martin, Charles Skinner, Henry Burns, Johnny 
Hebert, Wayne Meachum, Eddie Simmons, Miss Myra Gulledge, 



Paula Ghent. THIRD ROW: Janice Goss, Barry Barr, Bill Rey- 
nolds, Roger Whittington, Jack Stegman, Larry Bazer, David 
Sobers, Fred Dunham, Bobby David, Dr. Larry McRae, Tommy 
Meachum, Sheila Johnson. 



The Baptist Student Union is the Baptist Church 
ministering to the college community. The BSU at 
Northwestern came into being in 1927 and is sponsored 
by the Southern Baptist Convention. In its membership 
are all the Baptist students on campus. It functions 
to remind each student of his responsibility to Christ, 
his church, his denomination, and of his obligation 
as a Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. 
The Baptist Student Union strives to deepen the 
spiritual lives of its members by enlisting them in the 
activities of the local Baptist Churches. 



HENRY BURNS 
President of B.S.U 



MISS MYRA GULLEDGE 
Sponsor 





KNEELING: Phillip Thomas, Guy Zackam If At Strinkamp, Hal 
Lone Han,,, R.nnct. ThotnOI Craui, SECOND HOW Mary 
Fortcnbrrry. GfOCtt Locofiald, l.ancllc Robbinctt, Wanda ] 
Brownie Beamon. Barbara Oxford, Judy PotMft, Batty Ann I.an- 

btgham, THIRD ROW: Judy White, Sandra Caudle, Jane Saundan, 



Gail Sesom, Bavaria Robinson, Shirley Hutu. Donna Braly, l.xnda 
Birdu.U. F.die Smith. Linda Raslnm, I FOURTH HOW 

Randy Sexton. Larni Cratm , Kin Kaufman. M • 
Tilley. Paul Ki/stir. Bruce C.uillit. < .rat/. Kar! 

Ronald "Smoky" Johnson, Bill Iriadumi 



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The Wesley Foundation 



As a part of the Church Universal at work, the Wesley 
Foundation serves the campus <>t NSC. Our purp 
is to cultivate a gr ow i n g Christian Faith in the hi 
of individuals who make up the college community. 

We feel that our Christian Faith challenges us to 
worship, witness, study, and join in fellowship. The 
Wesley Foundation is sponsored by NSC. by the 
Methodist Board of National Mission and by the 
Methodist Churches of Louisiana. The council men 

guide the program of the organization. Activities art- 
held at the w esk j Foundation Building under the 

supervision ot an ordained Methodist minister. Mr. 
Bob Tatum. 



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SEATED: Monica Botts, Betty Switzer, Nancy Lynn Killen, Julie Loughran, 
Diane Yoes, Martha Tenney. STANDING: Stephen Christy, Lark Christy, 
Mrs. J. S. Dollar, adviser; Pete Apple, Dorene Haivkes, Jay B. Hawkes, 
Greg Yoes. 



Westminster Fellowship 



Organized by the Presbyterian Church, U.S., the Westminster 
Fellowship is found on most of the college campuses in the 
South. It provides Presbyterians and their friends with 
opportunities and facilities for wholesome, cooperative 
Christian experience. Through discussion, worship, and 
recreation the members are guided in religious, cultural, and 
social development. Thursday nights are set aside for our 
weekly fellowship and informal suppers. 



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Canterbury House 



\t the Episcopal Student (inter, celled "Canterbur) Hou 
Episcopal students, Faculty, and interested Friends meet For 
corporate worship, discussion, and recreation. Tin- purpose <>1 
tins Fellowship is to explore tin- Christian faith, to recognize 
tlir existing relationship between theology and the world. God 
.mil His creation, and to encourage those persons in the 
academic community to live the life of harmony in relationship 

to their Creator .mil tO their fellow man. 



Carol Marsh, Jusltck M mi t h , md I hi lu I Vert i.v O. Burns, Jr. 




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Catholic Students 




SEATED: Janet Churchman, Polly Ducote, Father James Fahey, 
David Callahan, Mrs. Rene Bienvenu. STANDING: Ken Touchet, 
Joe Baldwin, Dr. Ed Matis, Dr. Rene Bienvenu. 




Father Fahey celebrates a Mass during Advent in the Chapel at 
Holy Cross. 



Since February 11, 1968, the Catholic Student Center 
became officially Holy Cross Parish, an independent 
Catholic parish .Membership in this parish is open 
to Catholic students, faculty and staff members and 
their families. 

Holy Cross is a community sharing the Catholic 
faith, a common commitment to the service of others, 
and liturgical worships in the Sacraments. 
The Catholic Students are given the opportunity to 
participate in the various activities; serving or reading 
at Mass, giving assistance to needy families, teaching 
religion classes, planning socials, publicity, secretarial 
and hostess work, and participating in intramural 
sports. Classes in theology help deepen and broaden 
the student's understanding of his Christian faith and 
help fulfill the need to express it. 



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Reserved Officers 



This year the Reserve Officer Training Corps 
celebrated its eighteenth birthday on the Northwestern 

campus. 

NSC has one of the finest military departments 

in the South and places emphasis on the development 

of leadership and military aptitude. Upon completion of 

the advanced course, the graduate is eligible for 

a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the 

Regular Army or the Army Reserve. 



Lt. Colonel Charles E. Avery, Professor and 
Head of Military Science and Tactics. 



ROTC Celebrates Its Eighteenth 





Sgt. Bart McLaughlin, Administrative. 



Sgt. Major ]ames Davis, Administrative. 



Capt. Dick Rahm, Asst. Pms. 







Cadet Corps Staff-FIRST ROW: Cadet Colonel Randall Jackson, Honorary Sponsor Colonel Janis Loxcc. SECOND ROW: Cadet Lt. Colonel Everett 
Doubleday, Cadet Lt. Colonel Louis Duet, Cadet Major Robert Smith, Cadet Major John Hall, Cadet 1st Lt. Cus Bazin. THIRD ROW: Cadet Cap- 
tain Fred Throgmorton, Cadet Captain Mike Churchman, Cadet Captain William Cavanaugh, Cadet Captain Malcolm Kirsop. FOURTH ROW: Cadet 
Caiituui Don Caddis Cadet Captain John Dunn, Cadet 1st Lt. Robert Mooring, 1st Lt. Lee Holloaed, Cadet 2nd Lt. Thomas Rethard, Cadet 2nd 
Lt. Gene Hinton, Cadet 2nd Lt. Ronald Brown, Cadet 2nd Lt. Wayne Cooley. Cadet CPL. Robert Jackson. FIFTH ROW: Cadet 2nd Lt. Michael 
Fanner, Cadet SGM Thomas Swindell, Cadet 2nd Lt. Michael Stephenson, Cadet SSG William Allbritten, Cadet SFC William Evans. 






Training Corps 



When the President <>t the United States appoints 
\ou i commissioned officer in the United States Arm) 

\.>ii know tli.it you've made the most <>l your 

potentials foi youi countrj s s.«k<- .in well .is your own. 

Tin- cadets participated In almost .ill ol 1 1><- 

• \ti.u iimu mI. u acti\ Ities w hich contributed great!) 

toward making K< >T( ! one oi tin- leading organizations 

on campus. 

Special events in the ROTC are the .mnu.il 

in spection l»\ Regular Army offii en and 

tin- .iiinii.il swards ceremony. 



Birthday On NSC Campus 




Maicr Clifford | | Pmv 





SSC Barncttc. Supply 



('apt Paul Utttr, A$$t, Pms. 



Honorary C<>loiul /<;mi> 



Battalion Staff 




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FRONT ROW: Cadet Lt. Col. Letcis Duet (Black Knights Commander), Larry Baumgardner, Robert Mooring, Michael Cox, Malcolm Kirsop. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ronald Thomas, James Davis, David Jett, William Evans. THIRD ROW: Thomas Swindell, David Terry, James Moore, Ronald Smith. 
FOURTH ROW: Gary Clausing, Jim Daniel, David Jones, Joseph LcBrum. 



Black Knights: N.S.C. 's Drill Team of Excellence 



The Corps' fancy drill and precision 
marching unit, the incomparable 
Black Knights, represented 
Northwestern in top fashion in many 
public activities and intercollegiate 
competition. 

The drill team participates in the 
March Gras Festival in New Orleans, 
Holiday in Dixie Parade and State 
Fair Parade in Shreveport, the 
National Cherry Blossom Festival in 
Washington, D.C., and in many 
local events. 




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Honorary Sponsor Captain Marty Hughes 




Go Army . . . The Big Man's Game! 




Cadet 2nd Lt E. Waldrip, Cadet 2nd Lt. A. Rispoli, Cadet Capt. L. Baumgardner, Honorary Sponsor Capt. M. Hughes, Cadet 1st Lt. D. Durham, 
Cadet 2nd 1.1 S. Williams, Mooring, D. SECOXD ROW: Johnston, Berry, Krajeska, Bethard, Martinez, Sweat, Hartley. THIRD ROW: Jones Le- 
Brum, Butler, Haynes, Atwood, Dastuge, McFarland. FOURTH ROW: Gardsbane, Barnette, Gates, Jones, Wilkinson, Speer, Digilormo. FIF1H ROW: 
Lewis, Hobby, Childress, Well,. Xeel, Coins. SIXTH ROW: Doolittlc, Throgmorton, Swilley, Sexton, McFarland, Bryant, Vaughan. SEVEN iti 
ROW: Opip, Bordelon : Niette, Smith, Oden, Cadet 1st Sgt. Ralph Young. 



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FIRST ROW l.-H (adit Captain mlcCuBough, Honorary Captain Ionic* Jamar, let l.t LaLond 2nd l.t Dean, 2ml l.t Wpplm 2ml l.t '■' 

1st Sgt. Jaentonn* S£( OND ROW Sptiler, Foster, Antee, \\<a<<r. Hilbnan, Thilget, Harma, Welch THIRD ROM FertUtc 

Bottt, Cerhardt, FOl Hill ROW McWherter, Jamet Catdo, Dayton, Botdelon, Burnt, Da Comma III ill ROM K. rn, Eaton II 

Chirk SIXTH ROWi Hordaway, Reynolds, Rtee», David, Dunahoo, Fundtrburk, Green SEVl \/// ROM //,. loot. 



A Company 




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Beatty, Ward, Adkinson, Valdez. THIRD ROW: Murphy, Hinds, DeRlieux, Hall, Penfield, Burns. FOURTH ROW: 2nd Lt. Bounds, Beer, Kearney, 
Malmay, Deggs, Phares, Gerhardt. FIFTH ROW: Waters, Scallan, Rhymes, Brian, Caldwell, Baldwin. SIXTH ROW: 1st Lt. Sandel, Richardson, 
Lovick, Horton, Johnson, Calhoun, McDonald. SEVENTH ROW: Phillips, Krape, Williamson, Kimbrough, Carsee, Roberts. 




B Company 




Honorary Sponsor Captain Marcie Fowler 



ROTC FLIGHT PROGRAM-Cadet 2nd Lt. John Sandall, 2nd Lt. Kurt Simpson, 2nd Lt. Robin 
Sills, Capt. John Dunn, 2nd Lt. Wayne Cooley, Capt. Bill Cavanaugh, Capt. Larry Baumgardner. 



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Y i,1 nam and the "l.onihi Lights of Christmas." 




H nor Captain Peggy Beasley 



FIRST ROW let it II Hum, Cadet 2nd l.i R. Schilling, Cadet 1st Sgt G Clausing, Cadet Cant I. Rivet, Honorat 

Cadet 2nd l.t. K Simpson, Cadet 2n,l l.t (.'. Zachary.Stroud SE< OND ROM I >. Thomas, Morris, Matston, Daniel, Smith, Hair IIIIHD i 

in, mil, D,i< is, Stephens, Williamson, Coleman, Davis l(H'lilll IW>\\ Kerley, Jeane, Our/ Thompson, GUI I II I'll /{('U' \/ 

Dougat, Jonas, Holleu, Douglas, Jordan s/\/// IU>\\ Verret, Pottles, Loftin, Hall, Karisny, Rambin, SJ \ / \ / // ROW: Uttt 

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FIRST ROW; Cadet Col. Jackson, Lt. Col. Doubleday, Cadet Lt. Col. Duet, Cadet Capt. Rivet, Sgt. Maj. Davis points out some features 
Cadet 1st. Lt. Bazin. SECOND ROW: Cadet 1st. Lt. Durham, Cadet Capt. Churchman, Cadet of a new tank. 

Capt. Throgmorton, Cadet Maj. Livingston, Cadet Maj. Smith. 



N. S. C. 's Drum and Bugle Corps 




FRONT ROW: Cadet Capt. Marty Hughes, Cadet Sgt. Robert 
Limey, W. O. Paul Peyton. SECOND ROW: John Wall, Jack 
Pace, John Beck. THIRD ROW: Ralph Boyd, Vincent Mastracchio, 



George Blaisdell. FOURTH ROW: Tom Coleman, Edward Chopin, 
Richard Miller. 



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ACTIVITIES 



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POTPOURRI Staff 



The editor, associate editor, and business manager of 
The Potpourri Staff are selected each year by the 
Publications Committee. The editor must maintain a 
C average and have had a year's experience on the 
publication. The staff is appointed by the editor and 
must contribute many endless hours to the production 
of the yearbook. More than effort is needed in order 
to complete the task of sending an annual to press. 
Patience to the highest degree is involved in the 
collection of pictures and copy and their arrangement 
in yearbook form. It is with great pleasure that the 
Potpourri Staff presents to you the 1969 Potpourri 
and it is our hope that you will find a certain amount 
of pleasure within its covers. 





GAIL DOOLEY 

Editor 



LINDA GREEN 
Associate Editor 




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JACK WINKLE 
Business Manager 




lirenda Stanley. Classes Editor 





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POTPOURRI Staff 




Karen Fitts, Typist 




Steve Bienvenu, Sports Editor 



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Becky Marsh, Fine Arts and Entertainment Editor 



James Woods, Organizations 

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Lamar Rati DfflKtOf of Photography 



CAMPUS PHOTOGRAPHERS SEATED: Norman Brown, Letter F0», and Hm 

B(/A.<t. STANDING: John Haag and Rtmnk McBrkk 




Current 




The Current Sauce is the college newspaper for the students at 
Northwestern. Continued emphasis has been placed on the 
Current Sauce as the Laboratory for journalism students, and the 
staff has improved greatly, coverage of news and sports events 
has increased humor, feature, and interest columns. 






BESSIE BROCK 
Feature Editor 



DAVID PRECHT 
Editor-in-Chief 




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LYNN ROLLINS 
Hi Editor 



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The Current Sauce 



REPORTERS-Denny Dodd, David Jett. 



James R. Parrish, Current Sauce Adviser 




George Ralph Gray, Student Adviser 



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The Rodeo Club 




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A go at the goat. 




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The Neptune Club Is Famous for Its 



FIRST ROW: Susan Day, Nina Viger, Claudia Neal, Nora Redmond, Linda 
Bordelon, Lynn Killen. SECOND ROW: Gayla Yester, Eula Ann Millsaps, 
Cathy May, Pam Carmichael, Suzanne Harris. THIRD ROW: Judy Parks, 
Lark Christy, Patricia Day, Betsy Wentzel, Susan Iman, 




"Well, what did you expect— Debbie Meyer?" 




BOTTOM UP: Susan Day, Mike McConnel, Linda Bordelon, Lynn 
Shrivers. 




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Synchronized Shows . . . 




'Who needs mermaids tvhen you've pot us?" 



Mention of the Neptune Club immediately brings to mind the 
synchronized milmmlng ,md diving group th.it is wt 11 on its 
way to malring .1 fine n.mic lor itself on the N.S.C cuiipus 
People from all over the state come to see the \\ int< r water 
show which is presented annually. 



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Debate Team 






The N.S.C. Debate Club, which was fanned into existence in 1957, is open 
to all students on the campus who express an interest in the activities of 
the organization. Under the capable direction of Mr. Ray Schexnider, the 
club provides organized participation in competitive speech activities 
•on an intercollegiate basis. 



MEMBEBS-Caroline Hazel, Randy Edmunds, Linda Newman, Sharon King, Bob Coxie, 
Scotty Baldwin, David Maniscalco, David Navarre, Chris Keeler, Sherry Buckner. 




MR. RAY SCHEXNIDER 

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SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES-Colleen Irwin, *M, Ann Hargis, A2A; 
Linda Holingsworth, 2K; Edith DeWitt, A2; Marjorie Padula, 222. 



Panhellenic Council 



JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES-Lynda Henderson, 222, Peggy Hamon, 
*M; Karen Allen, AZ; Janet Churchman, 2K; Afary Frances Ford, A2A. 



The purposes of the Northwestern State College 
Panhellenic Council are four- fold: to promote 
scholarship, high character, a better understanding of 
the Greek World, and harmony among the Greek 
organizations. 

A member of the National Panhellenic Conference, 
the Panhellenic Council serves as the governing body 
of the five N.S.C. sororities on campus. It sponsors 
campus projects which include a convocation for 
Freshman girls and an all-Greek Christmas Carol Sing. 
Scholarship among the women students at N.S.C. is 
encouraged by the Council with the presentation 
of a Freshman Scholarship Award each year. 




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sF \TF.P Rnue Krtil. John Ri/rtrm. Story Willianv.. Mtinucl 

Chavez, Chariot BaUtro, Chariot Voe h urg, Larry Gracto, William 
Campbell. Randy Roukmcht STANDING II R TampUn Iffo 
//• ibel, Rilli/ Joe Cunningham, Ronald R. Duel, Jamet I . Gono- 



Eddie Sehlomor, Stave McCut '-'II Raldu-n \fik< 

Tlngla, Wayne Branton, Charlt m, Johnny I. Smith, 

Scotty tiaxwett, Jo s e ph D Davis, Glon Staph 



Interfraternity Council 



Bill Ralduin, ITT. Wayne Branton, KA; Scotty Maxwell, Ki Manuel Chavez, KI. 




It is the purpose of the Interfraternity Council 
to fulfill four objectives: to promote harmony 
and a cooperative relationship among the B 
social fraternities ol the campus, to foster and 
maintain a high resped for fraternity and 
interfraternity relationships within our 

college, to maintain high scholastic, moral. 
social and personal standards, and to compile 
and enforce rules lor the improving of tin 
fratemit) system on campus. By pursuing 
these goals the campus social fra t e r n ity 
members more Full) realize the true meaning 
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Alpha Sig. 





Sonny Hinton, Man of the Year. 




Founded 1901 
Installed 1930 
Colors Crimson and Pearl White 
Flower Aster 

In the year Nineteen Hundred One, five college girls at 
picturesque Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, 
established the first chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. 
Today over 50 chapters proudly share our greek letters 
and common ideals. ASA seeks to establish a sisterhood 
that shall have for its four-fold objective the physical, 
intellectual, social, and spiritual development of its 
members. 

Every year we support our national philanthropic project 
which is work with the mentally retarded. This year the 
project has been carried out by the Psi Psi's through 
the backing of the Festival of Creative Arts and visiting 
and working with the Natchitoches Association for 
Mentally Retarded. Along with work, we added a spice 
of fun and fellowship with rush, seasonal parties and 
social get-togethers. 

Friendships for life are developed by the close 
association of members in Psi Psi. We of ASA are bound 
together by a common sisterhood. We strive together 
toward the higher goals of life. 



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Sharon Calhoun 
Candice Cates 

Kathleen Crouley 
Kay Dotnanxue 



Mary Frances Ford 
Jean Gate 
Virginia Anne Cray 
Carrie McClelland 



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Beth PugJl 

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John Hall, Man of the Year. 




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Founded 1902 
Installed 1927 
Colors Old Rose and Vieux Green 
Pinner KiJJ/imeii Rose 
The distinctive Roman lamp of Delta Zeta Sorority 
shines before its members, and the world, as a symbol of 
love and sisterhood. The oldest social sorority on 
Northwestern's campus, Delta Zeta seeks to promote its 
members' social, cultural, educational, and personal lives 
to the best possible. 

Delta Zetas participated this year in all phases of college 
life. Its members were active in the Student 
Government Association, Judiciary Board, Purple 
Jackets, the Potpourri Staff, Pom Pom Girls, Delta Zetas 
served as officers in other campus organizations and as 
officers in the dorms. We have been recognized by such 
organizations as Who's Who, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Kappa Phi, and other honor fraternities. 
Our social calendar included such varied Delta Zeta 
Happenings as a hayride, our annual homecoming 
slumber party, a hamburger supper, the pledges' 
Halloween party, carving Jack O' Lanterns for the other 
Greeks, open house on Mom and Dad's day, a 
Founder's Day reception, a Christmas party and dance. 
Epsilon Beta chapter again won 1st prize for its 
Homecoming Display. Our fund raising drives included 
a light bulb sale and rummage sales. We shared our 
Christmas spirit by caroling at the Geriatrics Ward at the 
Parish Hospital. The climax of the spring semester was 
the formal dance, during which our Man of the Year 
and other Delta Zeta honors were announced. 
In all of our undertakings we were guided by our loyal 
sponsor, Miss Phyllis Brown. 



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Debbie Dade, Connie Dixon. 
Jan Dobeon, Barbara FergtUOft, 
Barbara i'ouler. Christy Can- 
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Sharon llclo. Jan llenson. Mari- 
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Elizabeth Laningham, Jane Mc- 

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Lin Leeth, Man of the Year. 






Founded 1852 

Installed 1967 
Colors Rose and White 
Flower Rose Carnation 

Based on such sound principles as cultural 

accomplishment, academic achievement, high moral 

standards, service to those less fortunate, and attainment 

of an ideal of Noble Womanhood, Phi Mu was founded 

on March 4, 1852, on the Wesleyan campus in Macon, 

Georgia. 

Service to others, expressed in the opening lines of our 

creed— "To lend to those less fortunate a helping hand"— 

has a tangible practical application to Phi Mu's national 

social services. Such projects include the Healthmobile, 

Toy Carts, Senior Citizen's Programs, overseas aid, and 

the Hospital Ship S. S. Hope. 

Phi Mu's activities have been numerous this past year. 

Spirit has ranked high among the members, resulting in 

Phi Mu winning the S. G. A. Spirit Trophy. We have 

worked together in the true bond of sisterhood in both 

service projects and social activities. 

Highlighting the year was our Spring formal at which 

our Man of the Year, Lin Leeth, was presented. 



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Carol Adams 
Linda Atcr 
Dec Harho 

Carol Rat arum 
Chert Beebe 

Carolyn Brrrdlove 

Reth Breeden 

Rhoiula Bright 
Kathy Brokaw 
Winnie Darphin 

Patricia Day 
Ellycc DuPree 

Susan Elders 
Diane Gorndey 
Joan Grant 
C.inny C.tdled^r 
Peggy Harmon 
Carol Hayes 

Sylvia Hays 
Mimi Heinrichs 
St n Iman 
Colleen Irwin 
Christy Leach 
EUzabeth Leach 

Mclonie Lee 
Mania Mayor 
fern McGreu 
Ann Oiccns 
Marsha Owen 
Lorraine Perkins 

Lucy Primzlc 

Richardson 
Pat Shoudy 
Doris Simmons 
Charlotte Stdlivan 

Sullivan 

Terry I'homti 
Lyndia W'chh 




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Sigma Kappa Sorority 





Stan Parham, Man of the Year. 




Founded 1874 

Installed 1959 

Colors Lavcndar and Maroon 

Flower Violet 

Friendship, loyalty, sincerity and honesty are the things 
that hold the members of Sigma Kappa together. To its 
selected members, the Mystic Bond of Sigma Kappa is a 
melting pot wherein each girl contributes her best. 
Each year we build a program centered around the 
community. Our Philanthropy and Gerentology project 
has been visiting the Geriatrics Clinic in Natchitoches 
each week doing special favors for its patients. 
This past Christmas we had a big party widi all the 
trimmings for all the children in Vets Town. The 
activities hardly cease with the parties given by the 
pledges for the actives, our annual slumber party, and 
Spring Formal. 

Sigma Kappa not only offers fun for its members, but 
also an opportunity for the college girl to grow into a 
responsible young woman who is capable of facing the 
future with poise and confidence. 



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Fran Arnona 
Sherry Brother 
Gay Lynn Bond 

Janet Churchman 
Jamie Cooper 

Margaret Dueote 

Leila Eddy 
Dana Caddis 
Ann Cihson 
Rene Cihson 
Rose Groffagnino 
Nancy Hampton 

Linda HoUingtworih 

Fran HoUowoy 

Sherry Hughes 

Theresa Lomhardino 
Donna MaeFlhatten 
Judy MaeFlhatten 

Curia McCoy 

Elaine McFatter 
Evelyn McMuUen 

Lynn Mandina 
Gidget Maxwell 

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Barbara MichieU 

Jane Monerief 
Claudia Moore 

Norma (diver 

I'am Pratt 

Judy Richardson 

Be* ky Risdcn 

Pat Robert* 

Thea Rosamona 

Barbara Slack 

Patricia Smitli 

Cindy Stamper 

Gloria Turner 




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Don Welch, Man of the Year. 



Founded 1898 

Installed 1928 

Colors Royal Purple and White 

Flower Purple Violet 

On April 20, 1898, a Greek Letter organization was 
established on the campus of the State Normal School of 
Farmville, Virginia. Sigma, Sigma, Sigma grew on the 
principles of womanly character, scholarship, service 
and sisterhood from a group of eight to the membership 
of more than 20,000 young women who now wear the 
triangle badge. The colors of Sigma, Sigma, Sigma are 
royal purple and white; the flower is the purple violet; 
the jewel is the pearl. 

The Alpha Zeta chapter of Tri Sigma was initiated on 
February 17, 1928, on the campus of Northwestern State 
College, Natchitoches. It was the first sorority on this 
campus with a national affiliation. 

Tri Sigma has both service projects and social activities. 
Among its numerous activities are the Tri Sigma 
Harvest Ball, Robbie Page Memorial Fund, the 
Natchitoches Day Care Center for Retarded Children, 
work projects by both actives and pledges, Founder's 
Day Banquet, and spring formal. 
The guiding force behind Alpha Zeta's success is its 
beloved faculty sponsor, Miss Eve Mouton, whose 
devotion to Tri Sigma is ever firm. 









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zillotti. Joanne I .anzillotti. 
Debbie London. Helen 
Luckctt. Nancy Lyons, Deb- 
orah Mauldin. Carta Mc- 
Cain. 

C.ayle Sesoin. Si/smi \ick- 
erson. Susan Oxner, Mar 
joric Padula. Dianne Phil- 
lips. Pat FiazZO, Penny 
Pollaiia. Sharon Poutll. 

Beth Ri Su Scott, 

Barbara Stafford, Cimdy 
Stewart, Susie Stone. Kay 
Tarplcy. Martha Lou nsend. 
Cynthia Vine. 

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Emily Rolfs, Sweetheart. 






There is more than one President that can barheque!! 



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Founded 1865 

Installed 1963 

Colors Crimson and Gold 

Floicer Rose and Magnolia 

Kappa Alpha Order had its origin with four students at 
Washington College, Lexington, Virginia on December 
18, 1865, soon after General Robert E. Lee became 
president of that institution. 
The Order is the only Greek organization truly 
representative of Southern ideals and tradition; a society 
of college men who possess the qualities of a gentleman 
as exemplified in the life and character of General 
Robert E. Lee. General Lee holds a special place in the 
hearts of KA's as the Spiritual Founder of Kappa Alpha 
Order. 

The Gamma Psi Chapter holds the biggest social event 
on the Northwestern campus, "Old South Weekend". 
Each Spring a weekend is set aside for a celebration 
reminiscent of the Antebellum South. It includes dances, 
a parade, a lawn party, and is climaxed by the "Old 
South Ball". Other activities include Tech Weekend, 
the Retarded Children's Christmas party, and Convivium 
(the celebration of General Robert E. Lee's birthday). 
We feel that our Order has something of value to offer 
the college man if he wishes to contribute his interests 
and devotion. The result will be a building of Christian 
character, scholastic achievement, and a life long 
fraternal relationship with men of the highest caliber. 
Our Alumni Advisor is Mr. Joe T Lewis, our KA Rose is 
Miss Emily Rolfs, and our Honorary Lifetime Rose is 
Mrs. Vernon C. Cloutier. 



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Bubba Adkme, Chirk Al- 

dridge, Jerry Mien, Clyde 

inthony, Don \ter. Steve 

Bit menu. Martial Brons- 

\aril. Rob Butler. 

Dean Caldwell, WUUam 
Campbell, s Caesard, 

Bill Clements. Arthur Cling- 

man. Joint Coleman. Sam 

Cooksey, Wayne Cooley. 

Ralpli DeKemper, Mike 
East. \l Fontenot, Wesley 

ier, Miki Caddis. Hatch 
Gaines. Charles C.cntz. Billy 
Gibs 

Billy Goins, John C.uidry. 
I. nil Hankins. Donnie fliers. 
Bnu i- Hobby, Bat Johnson, 
Don Kannady. Don Kcn- 
driek. 

lane. Bin Beetle 
Jackie Lewis, Jerry Uring- 

Hon, Steve Maxuell. Lynn 
McCain, Richard McBlhat- 

tcn. Joe McKt y 

font Morales, Mike Mitr- 
)>hy. Steve Owens, Doug 

Patrick, Jim Pierson, John 

Mitdi Reed, Ray 
Riser 

Glenn Sapp, \l Savoie, Mar- 
tin Schwartzenburg, Brent 

Seide. Hal Shackelford. 
David Shan. James Smith. 
Johnny Smith. 

Jam. iv. Barry Sttles. 

John Taylor. Mike Bltiho- 
deanx. Banl I'ickeno(j. Ray 
Waller, Chide Warren. 

Clyde Webb. 

Don Whitehead. Craig 

Whitley, Cory WUkerson, 

James Williams. Stacy Wil- 
liams. Tom Williams ( 
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Founded 1869 

Installed 1966 

Colors Scarlet, White and Emerald 

Flower Lily of the Valley 

On December 10, 1869, a secret society was brought to 
the Western Hemisphere at the University of Virginia 
as the basis of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 
From its meager beginning in a dormitory room with 
five members, the Kappa Sigma Fraternity has 
expanded to its present international status of 140 
active chapters and over 100,000 initiated brothers. 
Kappa Sigma is many things to many people— fun and 
friendship, campus social life, happy memories, 
activities, athletics, and leadership. Yet Kappa Sigma 
is not all play, it is also work, and through working 
together as a group, the traditional bond of brotherhood 
is strengthened. This brotherhood is the cement of 
Kappa Sigma. 

This past year Theta Mu Chapter participated 
successfully in all intramural programs, made signs for 
all N.S.C. sporting events and was active in various 
campus organizations. And there was still time for 
parties: keg parties, "Roaring 20s," the Spring Formal, 
and various other festivities which made for a 
memorable and enjoyable year. 



Blind dates just never work out for me! ! ! 



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Buddy Afford, Thad Bailes. 

Dunell Baker Steve Bien 
vetm, Bruce BoUn, Winston 
Bolinger, William Bortkey, 
Randy BouhwMit. 

Lamar Breedlove, Manuel 
Chavez. Charles Clou net), 
David Collinsnorth, Joe 
Davis, Pete DeBrock, 
George Eaton, William Ed- 
wards. 

William Ellzey. Sherman 
Fruae, Thomas Futrell. Pat 
Garner, Aldcn Gaw, John 
Hall. John Henry, Ronnie 
Hooper. 

J. H. Horn. J M. Horn, 
Edmund Hukill. Lam/ 
Hupnell. Randal Ht/nson. 
Vyer Irhy. Jim Janes. Rich- 
ard Karamatic. 

Frank Kearney. Tommy 
K. , tier. Mike Lankford. 
Marvin Lee. Harry Leu is 
Mike MeConnel. Seotty 
Maxuell. Bruce Mercer. 

Charles \fiIitell<K Mark 
Montgomery, Bill Murphy. 
Sam Vcrnici. Paul Piazzo. 
David Precht. Anthony 
BitpoU, Charles Rhodes 

Richard Robinson. John 
Sanders. Pat Sellars. Rohin 
Sills. Dean Smith. Dowj. 
Sfietirs. Alan Thcriot. Dale 
Thihuli nux 

Luke Thomas. Clarke Van 
Sickle. Ronald Walker, 
Jimmy WareUe, Trtppy 

WottOer, Steve Weber, Ron- 
nie Whatlei/. Larry Wright. 

David Yeager. 








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Founded 1904 

Installed 19.56 

Colors Gold and White 

Flower Red Rose 

What is Pi Kappa Phi? Pi Kappa Phi is a way of life. 
Pi Kappa Phi is Scholarship: it is being nationally 
recognized by receiving the Karl M. Gibbons award as 
the most improved chapter scholastically. It is having the 
highest grade average of all social fraternities at N.S.C. 
Pi Kappa Phi is Leadership: it is having Pi Kappas in 
all phases of student government. 
Pi Kappa Phi is Personality Development: it is dealing 
with people of varied ways of life, and learning how to 
deal with them. 

Pi Kappa Phi is Social Life: it is winning the spirit stick 
and spirit trophy during football season. It is 
participating in intramural sports, Wreck-Tech weekend, 
pledge-active football games, Founder's Day, periodic 
parties, the yearly retreat, and climaxed by the Red 
Rose Ball in the spring. 

Pi Kappa Phi is Fun: Pi Kaps have more fun than people. 
Pi Kappa Phi is BROTHERHOOD: it is loyalty which 
transcends any personal selfishness. 



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Bohi Alexander, Charles \rratn- 

bide, Kenneth Bailey. Everett 

Baker. Tommy Baxter. Jay Bay- 
nard. Joe Berk 



/)(< i'Jit Boudreaux, Ronnie 

Brean. Charles Broun. Virgil 
Brumiey, John Burgm, James 
Duplichan, Russell Evans. 



rge Etheredge, Cluster Ed- 
wards, Bonnie Fontenot, Jan 
Godoski, Conroy GttiBot, /< 
Hammett. Reggie Harvey. 



Bill Hatcher, Dick Hon ell. ller- 
Uie Jeane, John Kleckenger, 

Jody I. at/field. Donald McCoa 

McCutcheon. 



Jim McDowell, Charles \fn rs, 
Bandy Moore. John (hlen. Mike 

Payne, John Torter. Larry Rob- 
erts 



Stan Bussel. David Sanders. 

John Shaw, Raymond Shumake, 

Stan Slaydon. Ken Smith. Mack 

Stamper. 



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Sue David, Sweetheart 



Founded 1921 

Installed 1929 

Colors Blue and White 

Flower White Rose 

Still No. ONE, as always . . . Watch those Taus go! 
Still party as usual . . . Milwaukee and Grandad STG 
harmonize . . . Little "Tau" comes to stay . . . "Tech 
Weekend" blow-in of the year . . . Adie Joe's, 
Monsour's see the old gang and some new ones . . . 
Homecoming and ALUMNI . . . Christmas and Mr. 
America's year ushered in just right . . . Spring brings 
more parties . . . Burr-head houses kegs . . . TAUS 
BUY HOUSE . . . White Rose Ball, social' event of 
the semester ... A day's reprieve, and Cochon de 
Lait— STG's on the scene . . . Actives honor alumni . . . 
Suppressed Desire Party— grand blow-out of the 
year! ... A lot of spirit . . . Year holds many memories 
. . . Breeze, et al, build mansion for "Tau" . . . The 
four juniors rent behind the jail . . . Old man loses pin? 
(probably not) . . . Calvin gets pinned to Nacogdoches 
. . . General and Marines say, "Please?" . . . Car, 
Kinky-Hair, and Stan say I do . . . J. W. at the 
Brewery! . . . Provence Governor . . . STG's Best . . . 
In all, another successful year for Sig Taus! 



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Jack Bailey. Bill Baldwin jGary 
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Ronnie Brasher, Reid Bran. 

Stephen Buff, Hal Burgess, BUI 

Cale, Robert Erwtn, O. L. 
Evans. 



Jim Fr ee m an, David Gelpi, 

Mike Gill. Jim Cranich, George 
Gray. Ted Hall. David Hardin. 



Mike Heihel. Bolin HiggS, Bill 
Jones. Mike Kaeho. Steve King, 
Jim Knapp, John Lainhden. 



Bob Lee. Buhba Maddox. Dale 
Magee, Jinunu Martton, Dowj 
Marx. Larry McKenxte, Bobby 
McLamore. 



Don Mirrus. Robert Monk. Bob 
Murphy, David Owens, Stan 
Parham. Jack Phares, Alvin 
Porter. 



Ray Porter. Hans Rasmussen. 
Ron Robertson. Eddie S e an, 

Bob Sheldon Huey Smith. 

Tommy Smith. 



Bandy Steien\. Robert T< 
I.arn/ Yicker\. I.i/nn Wallace. 
Pickett Watther, Grady Welch. 
Don Winn. 



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Founded 1968 
Installed 1968 

On February 13, 1968, Tri Delta Sigma was founded on 
the Northwestern Campus. Stressing the fraternal 
aspects of brotherhood and the necessity of service, 
this fraternity has compiled an enviable record of 
success. 

Even though Tri Delta Sigma has only ten active 
members and fourteen pledges, they have been able to 
serve the school with five members of the Student 
Government Association, eight members on the Student 
Union, besides several other organizations at N.S.C., 
including the Debate Team, Black Knights, 
and Associated Men Students. 
The ultimate goal of Tri Delta Sigma is, of course, to 
become affiliated with a "National" fraternity. To this 
end, the men of Tri Delta Sigma have attended regional 
conferences sponsored by various national fraternities, 
including Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta XI, 
and Theta Chi. 



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Vernon Culver 
Barry Eason 



Randy Edmunds 
Lester Fife 
John Finch 
David Key* 



Donald Lake 
Justic Marsh 
Robert Mooring 
Joe Piro 



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Sandra Milivee, Sweetheart. 




Founded 1899 

Installed 1957 

Colors Cherry and Gray 

Flower Red Carnation 



Purposes, ideas, leaders, flowers, a glorious history of our 

once local fraternity, Lambda Zeta, are what have 

made and will always make Tau Kappa Epsilon 

outstanding on this campus. 

TKE is well known on campus for its various social 

events; for example, the winter formal, the Bar-Fly, 

various semi-formal weekend patries, and intramural 

athletic events. All of which are climaxed with the Red 

Carnation Ball. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, better known as "Teke," is one of 

the youngest national fraternities in the nation. In 

recent years, however, it has reached the status of No. 1 

Chapterwise, in the United States. There are some 237 

chapters including a chapter in Canada. 

In our fraternity, and toward other fraternities, we 

maintain an attitude of dignity and respect, recognizing 

merits and studiously avoiding evils. 

TKE National, though large and complex, has a motto 

which is simple, yet complete: "Tau Kappa Epsilon— The 

Fraternity for Men, The Fraternity for Life." 



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Billy (Oatcs 
Mike Costello 
George Davy 
Joe Duval 



Mike I.skete 
Louis Faye 

I < . Fisher 
Charles Forrest 

Steve Foster 



Jimmy Gent 
Tom Harper 

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Donald Hooper 
Junior Johnson 



Charlie Koon.se 

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Jim Mambourg 

Mike Miheee 
Micheal Moore 



James Odom 
Anthony Pasko 

Donald Pitcher 

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"We'll just travel the road, shariri our load— side by side.' 



The KA's participate in their own 
brand of high jump. 



Fall Rush introduces interested girls to all aspects of each individual sorority. 





"//(•// Wo Wt Kin't ForgetUn. Th South'a gonna Hie again." 



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"Sugar and spice and everything nice— that's what little girls are made of. 



Kappa Sigma set up information booths during 
Fall registration to assist new students and their 
parents. 




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groom." 




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N.S.C. Cheerleaders participate in the State Fair parade. 



"Come on up, there's always room for one more! 



"Say, you're right, everything is smaller 
from way up here." 





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'StnOi mdid Camera" 



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This has again been a successful year tor the Demon cheerleaders. 

With their help, the school spirit ot Northwestern has doubled OV« th. 

past football season. The state Fair bonfires and pepralhea wen an 
even bigger success because ot the cheerleaders. Ever) football team 

nerds moral support and OUT cheerleaders art always able to fill this 

Heed. 



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Members of the Pom Pon Girls include KNEELING: Pam Chandler, Susan Cartwright, Mel Lambert, Karen Allen, Cynthia Vigi, STANDING: 
Jane McFarland, Winnie Darphin, Linda Coile, Jody Parker, and Nelda Durbin. 

"Cheese." 




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A new addition to the school spirit here at N.S.C. is 
the Pom Poo mils. Giving the Cheerleaders a helping 
hand during football leason, yet going it on their own 

during basketball season, these girls have been an 
asset to our school. They provided half-time 

entertainment during basketball ■easoo and did much to 

boost the Demon teams. 





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Rick Woodson, Sports Information Director, gets pre- 
season scoop from Coach Gossett. 



Proper exercising and training are vital to a football team. Here 
the Demons are putting that philosophy to use. 




Coach Gossett makes sure everyone understands the day's workout. 




It was an up and down year for the Northwestern State 
College Demons under the second season leadership of head 
coach Glenn Gossett. The Purple and White finished with 
a 5-4 record overall and 2-3 in the Gulf States Conference 
after being in the running for the title earlier in the 
season. Northwestern went into their last two GSC games 
with a 2-1 league record before falling to Southwestern in 
the NSC Homecoming Game and finishing the season 
with a loss against Southeastern. 

The Demons started the season as they ended it— with a 
loss. However, after the 17-16 heartbreaker against Abilene 
Christian College in Demon Stadium, the Demons 
regrouped and ran off an outstanding four-game winning 
streak. 

Tennessee Tech became the Demons first victim, 33-15, in 
Demon Stadium. Northwestern also started toward its 
overall second place in total offense and defense in the GSC 
by rolling up 363 yards. 

Next came Louisiana College in what was to be the last 
meeting of the two long-time rivals. The Wildcats dropped 
football after the 1968 season but it turned out to be not 
soon enough. While totaling 421 yards in offense, the 
Demons beat the Wildcats for the last time, 39-21. 
The fourth game of the season was one of the Purple and 
White's best. They were pitted against one of the pre-season 
favorites to win the GSC— Northeast. The Demons were out 
gained but not out hustled. In their best effort of the 
season, the Demons held the Indians to a field goal and 
gutted a touchdown of their own for the 7-3 victory. 
Northwestern finished their winning streak against 
Oklahoma's Cameron State, 48-7. The Purple and White 
outclassed the Aggies in every department before an 
overflow crowd on Mom and Dad's Day. Seven players 
broke into the scoring column as the Demons rolled up 408 
yards offense and held Cameron to 147. 
Then came the game of the year. In a State Fair Game that 
no one will forget for a long time, arch-rival Louisiana 
Tech came from behind and stunned half of the 28,000 
crowd with a 42-39 victory. 

In a tremendous offensive battle, the best quarterbacks in 
the GSC matched wits and scoring strikes. NSC's Don 
Guidry guided his team to a 39-35 lead with 25 seconds left 
but cool Terry Bradshaw unloaded a shocking 82-yard bomb 
to flanker Ken Liberto and sank Northwestern hopes for a 
third straight win over Tech. 

In the next outing of the season the Demons put together a 
fine offensive and defensive effort to hold the McNeese 
State College Cowboys in a 28-12 victory. The Pokes' 
famous GSC defense just had too many holes in it for the 
Demon hustlers not to have taken advantage. But those 
holes can be contributed to the determination of the Demon 
offensive lineman. 

The Demons lost all hope for a GSC title when the Bulldogs 
from Southwestern came to visit at the NSC Homecoming. 
A half-time score of 7-0 made things look pretty promising. 
But the second half brought on a new ball game and the 
Ragin' Cajuns managed two touchdowns for a 14-7 win. 
The last game of the season was a rough one for the 
Demons. The Southeastern State College Lions were the 
underdogs but still came out on top 24-19. A 68 yard 
touchdown punt return in the third quarter proved fatal for 
the fighting Demons, in spite of the fact that they racked 
up 437 yards total offense against SLC's 297. 
The 1968 Demon rewrote the NSC record books by setting 
23 new records for the season. The Purple and White 
gridders were led by senior quarterback Don Guidry. 
The veteran from Church Point who was voted by his 
teammates to be the most valuable player at NSC this 

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season, started the season 1>\ breaking tin- NSC and Gull 
States Conference records for passes attempted when he 
Bred "><» against Abilene Christian 

Iry's other single game marks include most yards gained 
(331 against Southeastern most passes completed 24 
against US1 alsi I sl »rd) and most touchdown passes 

(three which he accomplished in three different gam 
Dons total offensive production <>l 373 yards in th. M I 

te .md his 63 plays against \< < m also records t 

Demon. 

Don's season totals ol 261 attempt s 116 completions lor 
1712 \.ih1s .md 16 touchdowns wiped out the \ s < record 
in each (.it. gory. His total offense lor th son 

resulted m three more records foi tin Northwestern veteran 



including 344 plays, 2 KM yards and 

,i game. 

Cuidry's primarj target during the split 

end Al Phillips o| Baton Roi in .is th* D 

top single seasoi 

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\s .i t< am Norths i ! marks t total 

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FIRST ROW (going back): Rudy Martinez, 6-1, 190, Freshman. 
Mike Burrow, 75, Offensive Tackle, 6-2, 211, Junior. Mike Pool, 
15, Quarterback, 5-8, 158, Sophomore. Tom Hagin, 25, Halfback, 
6-1, 182, Freshman. Petey Johnson, 12, Kicker, 5-10, 155, Fresh- 
man. Danny Bougue, 53, Linebacker, 6-0, 190, Sophomore. Mace 
Morris, 81, Defensive End, 6-2, 192, Junior. Ronnie Whatley, 61, 
Defensive End. 5-10, 185, Senior. Wayne Estay, 77, Guard, 5-8, 
175, Freshman. Larry Smith, 24, Safety, 5-7, 162, Sophomore. 
SECOND ROW (going back): Alon Geisendorff, 83, Tight End, 
6-2, 190, Freshman. Benton Gibson, 62, Linebacker, 5-11, 190, 
Sophomore. Eddie Parker, 10, Quarterback, 5-9, 170, Freshman. 
Tommy Wallis, 22, Halfback, 5-9, 178, Sophomore. Al Phillips, 42, 



Split End, 5-10, 168, Sophomore. Larry Gaudet, 68, Linebacker, 
5-9, 183, Freshman. Ronnie Bagley, 26, Comerback, 5-9, 168, 
Sophomore. Richard Ward, 38, Fullback, 5-9, 183, Sophomore. 
Randy Tate, 88, Defensive End, 5-8, 185, Junior. Dick Concilio, 
36, Comerback, 5-9, 185, Junior. 

THIRD ROW (coming forward): Greg Clark, 67, 5-7, 188, 
Freshman. Gary McCrary, 54, Tackle, 6-1, 200, Freshman. Jim 
Whitten, 72, Tight End,- 6-0, 189, Freshman. Pat Dronet, 35, 
Fullback, 5-9, 195, Freshman. Shelly Dickie, 66, Offensive Guard, 
6-2, 206, Senior. Jerry Mott, 43, Split End, 5-10, 170, Senior. 
Steve Gaspard, 80, Tight End, 6-0, 186, Junior. Don Durham, 
60, Offensive Guard, 5-9, 186, Junior. Vic Nyvall, 30, Halfback, 



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Awards 





rd Winnert at tl>>- Qiuutttlm I Cfufc'j annual football 

banquet 

award, Karm Hrapmann, defensiu av 

'.don n award, \i .;/•./, and 

lino, Demon award, captain award, and klea 

'nii: iiifi- Durhat 

Ihi h lint award, h 

('•uh: iluahle player and 5f rUng Baldwin, 

.'(I. and Mark Yr/t all, .r</ 



Banquet 



180 




Vick Nyvall gains yardage as Randy Brodnax (52) and Kenny Ferro (64) clear the way. 



Steve Gaspard looks worried as a Wildcat moves in for the kill. 




NSC 16 



First Downs 

Yards Rushing 

Yards Passing 

Total Yards 

Passes 

Punts 

Passes Intercepted By 

Fumbles/Lost 

Yards Penalized 

Scoring 
NSC-Johnson, 21 field goal 
ACC-Bearden, 28-yard field goal 
ACC— Lancaster, 5 run ( Kick railed ) 
NSC— Gaspard, 12 pass from Guidry (Petey Johnson 

kick) 
ACC— Lancaster, 9 run (Lindsey, run, 2) 
NSC— Gaspard, 3 pass from Guidry (Two-point Att. 

failed) 



ABILENE CHRISTIAN 17 


Statistics 








NSC 


Abilene 




28 


16 




225 


- 194 




282 


133 




507 


327 




22/50 


11/27 




4/34.5 


7/43.1 




1 


1 




3/1 


1/1 




69 


125 



190 



NSC a3 ! l \\l ssi i ir< ii 15 

St.mim I s 

First Downs 21 18 

V.inls Rushing 

v..r.!s Passing M 59 

Totel Yards 363 291 

IVsrs 5/11 6/15 

Funis 1 44.0 4/25.3 

Puses Intercepted B) 1 

Fuint.l.s I., .st | : 2/2 

Yards Penalized IS 30 

SCOIUM. 

I l.CH-Tlioiiipson. 33-yard field goal 
NSC-Ware. 3 run | Kick failed 
TECH-Schreiber, 2 yard*run Kick tailed) 

NSC— Ware, 3-yard nin (Johnson kicked) 

NSC— Phillips 33-yard pass rromGuidry (Johnson 

kicked 

TECH-Schrcilxr. 23-yard run (Pass failed 
NSC-Ware, l-yard run (Kick failed) 

NSC— Guidry. 17-yard run (Johnson Idcked 




Richard U pans to do l>atllr u tlh Tennessee 

defense Don Cnulri/ 16 attempt* to lead tni 

way. 




Akoyn PhSkpt t2 ' b for ho!<- matt 




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NSC 39 


LOUISIANA COLLEGE 14 


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STATISTICS 






NSC 


La. College 


First Downs 


23 


16 


Yards Rushing 


262 


-13 


Yards Passing 


159 


227 


Total Yards 


421 


214 


Passes 


14/28 


16/28 


Punts 


2/46.5 


3/40.7 


Passes Intercepted By 


2 


2 


Fumbles/Lost 


3/2 


4/2 


Yards Penalized 


97 


37 



Scoring 
NSC- Ware, 1-yard run (Kick blocked) 
LC-Peake, 16-yard pass from Hillard Harrington 

kicked ) 
NSC-Nyvall, 1-yard run (Rusty James kicked) 
NSC-Guidry, 13-yard pass to Gaspard (James kicked) 
NSC-Guidry, 3-yard pass to Haney (Pass failed) 
NSC-Guidrv, 2-yard pass to Phillips (Pass failed) 
LC-Hillard', 18-yard pass to Novembre (Tulsa kicked) 
NSC-Hagin. 8-yard run (Lytton kicked) 



Steve Gaspard is hit hard during Louisiana College game. 




John McClendon (47) and Wayne Estaij (77) put the skids on Wildcat offensive attempt. Jerry 
Mott (43) closes in to make sure the stop is made. 



Tony Papa (20) leaves a pile of Wildcats be- 
hind as he scampers for vital yardage. Shelly 
Dickie (66) is in the background. 





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■ 


First Downs 




11 




is 


Is Rushing 




L54 






Yards Passing 










1 Yards 










Passes 




lo 20 






Punts 




LO 






Passes intercepted By 




1 







Fumbles Lost 




5 1 




2 1 


Yards Penalized 




81 

•si. 






\l Blake 28 Beld goal 










\s( : Guidrj L-yard run Rusty James 







Don ii airfield (82) and Ronnie Bagjey (SB) move bi to help another Demon 
bring clou n an Indian on the run. 



It took a while, hut the Demon* finally oullcrf down Northeatft remarkable Joe frofit. 





193 





Let's see, now . . . was it pass, then 
run, or run, then pass? 



Demon defense clogs up the middle to stop Cameron State. 




NSC 48 




CAMERON 7 




Statistics 






NSC 


Cameron 


First Downs 


21 


9 


Yards Rushing 


285 


51 


Yards Passing 


123 


96 


Total Yards 


408 


147 


Passes 


7/12 


7/21 


Punts 


6/38.2 


7/33.1 


Passes Intercepted By 


1 





Fumbles/Lost 


2/1 


5/5 


Yards Penalized 


70 


63 



Scoring 
NSC— Guidry, 37-yard pass to Phillips (James kicked) 
NSC— Ware, 2-yard run (James kicked) 
NSC— Ware, 58-yard run (James kicked) 
NSC— Guidry, 23-yard pass to Phillips (James kicked) 
NSC— Wallis, 1-yard run (James kicked) 
NSC— Hagin, 1-yard run (Lytton kicked) 
NSC-Green, 8-yard run (PAT failed-Bad snap) 
C— King, 17-yard run (Young kicked) 



Tony Papa receives help of} the field from Coach Gossett, 
Mr. Christmas, and student trainer, John Porche. 



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Richard War,- | J ihowhtg) is wrTOimded /"/ fl host of flu//. /.it's nt the nnwuil Slut, Inn Game Kiuuij 
on. 



NSC 3') 



First Downs 
Yards Rushing 
Yards Passing 
Total Yards 

ses 
Punts 

Passes I nte rcepted By 
Fumbles Lost 
Y.mls Penalized 

SconiM. 

I — Herren, 2-yard nm ( Gohnon kicked) 
NSC -Safety 

NSC Nwall. Ts bckofi return (James kicked) 
NSC-James, 21 field goo] 

NSC-Phillips 13 yard pass From C.nidrv (James kicked) 
LaT- Brewer, 7-yard pass from Bradshaw (Gohnon 

kick, a 



i.orisi \w 


TECH 42 


Sl \ llsl I 




vsc 


I. <i. Tech 


24 


17 


265 


177 


25S 


196 


523 


373 


13/29 


9/28 


8/39.8 


8/40.1 


1 


2 





1/1 


a5 


49 



NSC Wallis, 2-yard run James kicked 

LaT— Bradshaw, 2-yard run (Gohnon kick. 

LaT— Bradshaw, 1-yard nm Gohnon kicked 

NSC Phillips. 29-yard pass from Guidr) I James kick 

LaT— Bradshaw, l-yard run Gohnon kicked 

NSC Phillips, 20-yard pass from Guidr) (kick failed 

LaT— Liberto, B2-yard p.iss From Bradshaw Colmon 

kicked 



Don Gvtdry ir, fa protected by Tony r<ip,i (20) ami Richard Wmt he rottt out t 

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XSC 28 




McNEESE 12 


Statistics 








NSC 


McNeese 


First Downs 


18 


16 


Yards Rushing 


132 


161 


Yards Passing 


241 


104 


Total Yards 


373 


265 


Passes 


13/22 


7/23 


Punts 


8/35.5 


9/39.2 


Passes Intercepted By 


1 





Fumbles/Lost 


3/1 


2/0 


Yards Penalized 


70 


50 



Scoring 
NSC— Richard Ware, 1-yard run (James kicked) 
MSC— Grissom, 3-yard run (La Grappe kicked) 
NSC— Phillips, 42-yard pass from Guidry (James kicked) 
NSC— Phillips, 8-yard pass from Guidry (James kicked) 
NSC— Nyvall, 3-yard run (James kicked) 
MSC— Nicko, 17-yard pass from Daigle (Pass failed) 



Tony Papa makes a final attempt at avoiding a flying 
Cowboy. 



Dick Concilio on the run. 





The Demon offensive line gives Guidry plenty of time to make his play. 



196 








The unlaw MTM H captains 








for the Homecoming C.avxe 








From h ft: Ktnttt) I < 1 








David Centanni, Jerry Mott. 








Ronnie Whattey, Don W<;v- 








field. Shetty Vickie, and 








/' m Guidry. 




NSC 7 




S 1 \TISTICS 


USL 1 






NSC 


USL 


First Downs 




22 


15 


Yards Rushing 




209 


206 


Yards Passing 




191 


58 


Total Yards 




400 


264 


Passes 




17 46 


5/12 


Punts 




5/38.0 


9/43.0 


Passes Intercepted 


By 1 


3 


Fumbles Lost 




5/3 


3/1 


Yards Penalize 


■d 


100 

SC0HI\(. 


54 


NS4 ' -Guidry, 


65 j 


aid run James kicked 




i SI English, 


23- 


vard run (Pendegraft kicked) 




I SL -Barton. 


1 1 -> 


ard run Pendegraft kicked) 





Richard Ware head 



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There's a pile-up on the field as Demons and Lions clash 



NSC 19 



Statistics 









SLC 24 





NSC 


SLC 


First Downs 


25 


16 


Yards Rushing 


106 


255 


Yards Passing 


331 


42 


Total Yards 


437 


297 


Passes 


24/49 


3/7 


Punts 


4/32.3 


6/37.5 


Passes Intercepted By 





2 


Fumbles/Lost 





5/2 


Yards Penalized 


20 


65 



Scoring 
SLC— Rosetti, 3-yard run (Caesar kicked) 
SLC— Rosetti, 31-yard run (Caesar kicked) 
NSC— Papa, 31-yard pass from Guidry (James kicked) 
SLC— Keller, 68-yard punt return (Caesar kicked) 
SLC-Caesar, 28-yard field goal 
NSC— Guidry, 12-yard pass to Phillips (Pass failed) 
NSC-Guidry, 22-yard pass to Nyvall (Pass failed) 



Tommy Wallis heads for the goal line, tip- 
toeing through a den of Lions. 






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Basketball Coaches 



The Demons recorded a better-than-average record 
during the 1968-69 season, slating a 15-11 overall 
baalnce, and went 9-3 during the tough GSC schedule. 
The coaching staff was right up to par, headed by 
Tynes Hildebrand for the fifth straight year. Don 
Beasley served as Hildebrand's right-hand man and 
Don Bates did an outstanding job as graduate assistant, 
leading the junior varsity to a winning season. 
The Demon squad had the return services of 1967-68 
All-GSC candidates James Wyatt and Pete Gray. Both 
Wyatt and Gray tunied in top performances along 
with the antics of Doug Watts. Other cagers making 
headlines this season were Charles Bloodworth, 
Johnny Janese, and Odis Faust. 



Graduate Assistant Don Bates 



Head Coach Tynes Hildebrand 





Assistant Coach Don Beasley 



Trainer Eugene Christmas 



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Demon Basketball 



Sum 


her Same 


Position 


llrieht 




Class 


25 


Jim Peffer 


Guard 


6-1 


190 


Junior 


t 


Johnny JaaflM 


Guard 


6-1 


190 


Sophomore 


31 


Allen Posey 


Guard 


6-2 


180 


Sophomore 


15 


Wayne Lee 


Guard 


5-10 


170 


Senior 


2T 


Dour Watts 


Guard 


5-9 


160 


Junior 


21 


Don Ashworth 


Guard 


6-0 


170 


Senior 


54 


Jim k'r.ncfsk.i 


Center 


6-2 


190 


Sophomore 


34 


Jimmy Stew.irt 


Forward 


6-3 


185 


Sophomore 


33 


Pete Cray 


Center 


6-2 


180 


Senior 


53 


Andy M.irnsA 


Forward 


6-2 


180 


Sophomore 


24 


Carlton Walding 


Guard 


6-3 


180 


Freshman 


44 


Charles Blood- 












worth 


Forward 


6-8 


230 


Junior 


41 


James Wy.itt 


Forward 


6-5 


200 


Senior 


50 


Ronnie Morris 


Forward 


6-6 


185 


Junior 


12 


Odis Faust 


Forward 


6-4 


180 


Senior 


45 


Jem Masters 


Center 


6-3 


185 


Junior 



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Basketball 



The Demon cagers pulled down a berth in the NAIA 
post-season schedule during the 1968-69 season. They 
also made history by playing Grambling in the 
playoffs. It was the first time in the history of Louisiana 
sports that a predominantiy white school played a 
predominantly Negro school head-on in competition. 
The Demons are to be congratulated on their fine effort 
throughout the season. A special salute to the seniors 
of the 1968-69 basketball team for their contributions 
during the time they represented N.S.C. on the 
hardwoods. Those players include James Wyatt, Pete 
Gray, Odis Faust, Don Ashworth, and Wayne Lee. 




Otis Faust cleans the board and looks downcourt for the fast break, 
I executed by Pete Gray (32) and Carlton Walden (24). 



James Wyatt tips one in as Charles Bloodworth (53), 
Doug Watts (23), and Otis Faust (43) look on. 



Jim Pefer (25) jumps high above the defense to get of} his shot. 




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Doug Watts, top-notch guard 



Oooh! a basketball! Bloodworth (53) and Walden (24) go for a loose ball. 



Just uait, I'll show 'em I'm not a dumb-dumb! 



Pete Cray (32) goes for two with Wuatt and Blooduorth in the background. 




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Come to me, Baby! Doug Watts (23) greets a loose ball while being backed 
up by Pete Cray (32), Carlton Walden (24), James Wyatt (Demon showing), 
and Otis Faust (light jersey). 



Well, I'll be ! They did it! 



That girl up there oughta be c 


areful how she sits! 


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And they said Ban would never wear off! Johnny Janese (43) 
fights to keep possession of the ball. Faust (42) and Wyatt look on. 



104 





The Demon /nvic/i tool </ grwl awet t*> tht\ year'i ru 



Jtrn, M ■, r f . f/„- l, a ll ti\ it lv stuileheil doumbff 







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NSC 


84; 


North Texas State 


114 


NSC 


91; 


Stephen F. Austin 


98 


NSC 


86; 


Lamar Tech 


94 


NSC 


60; 


"Southwestern La. 


73 


NSC 


77; 


Lamar Tech 


78 


NSC 


99; 


Southwest Texas 


83 


NSC 


72; 


Louisiana College 


67 


NSC 


105; 


Southwest Baptist 


85 


NSC 


69; 


Henderson State 


80 


NSC 


122; 


Arkansas A&M 


102 


NSC 


85; 


"McNeese State 


66 


NSC 


86; 


"Louisiana Tech 


76 


NSC 


78; 


South Alabama 


73 


NSC 


61; 


Centenary 


65 


NSC 


88, 


"Northeast State 


69 


NSC 


106 


Southern Miss. 


99 


NSC 


88 


"Southeastern 


76 


NSC 


82 


"Nicholls State 


80 


NSC 


86 


"Southwestern La. 


84 


NSC 


66 


"McNeese State 


65 


NSC 


84 


"Louisiana Tech 




NSC 


89 


Louisiana College 


97 


NSC 


80 


; "Northeast State 


107 


NSC 


106 


, "Southeastern 


92 


NSC 


77 


, "Nicholls State 


74 


NSC 


75 


; Centenary 


77 


NSC 


56 


; Grambling"" 


63 


NSC 


68 


; Grambling"" 


62 


NSC 


79 


; Grambling"" 


85 


"Gulf States Conference Games 




""NAIA 


Playoff Games 





Doug Watts (23) exhibits his fine shooting ability. Jim Peffer (25) anxiously 
awaits the result. 



Pete Gray (3 showing) exhibits passing talent that has made him one 
of the Demons' most valuable players. 



106 




Senior James Wyatl collected two All-time record s 
during Ins career .it \ S.( I In fust came .u^.tmst 
Southeastern st.itc when James broke C. \ Core's 
all-time Gull States Confereno rebounding record <>f 
l 17") He collected L549 caroms in bis four seasons ai 
a Demon. 

Tin second came against Nicholls State when James 
broke Dick Brown's N s I scoring n cord <>t 1,801 points 
J. lines netted 1 s7 1 for his can n 



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Wyati ■ ■'■ a fete pointtrt from Coach Hildebrand and looks rather dis- 

I u nit the situation 




Coach llildihrand pre t e rit* Wyatt uith came hall right nfli r tht EX 
ace hrokc the CSC rebounding record 



James Wyati (40), along u ith teemmaU Charltt HI 

demonstrates the finesse uhich made him tin 
tlu C.ulj States d ■■ 










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KNEELING: Coach Herhie Smith, Chuck Soileau, James Gibson, Charles Weaver, Ed Hartficld, Don Shields, Woody Shick, Jackie Lewis, Jimmy 
Stewart, Ed Tompkins, David Smith, John Kerley. SEATED: Buth Florcs, Pat Davis, Terry Alario, Johnny King, Monroe Thompson, Kenny Reed, 
Johnny Janese, Boh Hetrick. 




Baseball 



The Demon Baseball Team showed a lot of spark during 
the 1969 season. The pitching staff as usual was one 
of the stronger assests for the N.S.C. club. Such 
veterans as Terry Alario, Eddie Tompkins, and Jackie 
Lewis gave the Demons a good strong holding. 
Herbie Smith, a former Demon Player, was in the 
line-up as coach this year. Coach Smith lead the 
baseball players to one of their best seasons ever. 



Coach Smith with the 1969 captains. They are Chuck Soileau, 
and Terry Alario. 



108 




Pttchert and catchers TOr John Kitty, /'/'■ ■• Jimmy Stewart, /</< l ShUldt KNEELING Ed Ton 

Ed Hartfieid, John King, Woody Schick. 




James Cihson 



Tern/ A/«rii> 







John Kerly 



Jimmy Stewart 



Ed Hartfield 



Jackie Lewis 



Don Shields 







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fSFIELDERS FROM TOP ill I B06 Heterick, Check Soklmm, Johnm, /«nm KNEEL- 
ING Chorlei Wea\ • r, Kenny Reea*, Vnt Dm it. 



Johnny Janesc 



Churl, I M 





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Monroe Thompson 




Butch Flores 




Outfielders-from left: Butch Flores, Monroe Thompson, Jackie Lewis. 



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Dave Smith 






Pat I 



Boh lirii rit k 




Woodu Schick 



Rul. V l.k. 



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STANDINC: Coach John Thompson, Ronnie Hatjworth, Dane 
D'Aoy, Knute Anderson, Tommy Wilson, Ferrell Soileau, Larry 
Kees, Larry Wright, Jim Hall, Doug Cook, Jerry Snead, Coach 



Randolph. KNEELING: George Fink, Rodney Mize, LeRoy 
Sutton, Paul Truman, Butch Soignier, Joey Wilson, Vaughn Rarin, 
Jack Bailey, Dick Brook. 



Track 



Demon tracksters made up of lettermen and talented 

freshman was one of Northwestern's best. Coming back 

from the 1968 season were Larry Kees, Paul Truman, 

Knute Anderson, and Larry Wright. To add to the 

list were freshman Joey Wilson, Jack Bailey, and Ferrell 

Soileau. 

Coach John Thompson had high hopes for his squad this 

year and most of them were fulfilled. 



MILE RELAY TEAM: Joey Wilson, LeRoy Sutton, Gary Posey, and Doug Cook. 





POl.l \ Mil iiikt \iltr 



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DISCI S. Larry Wright 



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Dick Brook (left) and Lerotj Sutton. 




BROAD JUMP: Tommy Wilson. 





Joey Wilson. 



HIGH HURDLES: Doug Cook. 



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SPRINTERS STANDING LeRoy Sutton, Ronnie Hayworth /»■• ■ k\llli\(. 

Truman, Butch Sotgnigr, Vaughn Ba rbart n, Joey Wilton, lack Be 





DIST W / Rom* //,;• 



SPRINTl H Vmtfihn 



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Dan Garcia, Coach Armando Vega, Jerry Wang, John Ellas, Jack 
Crawford, Boh Herman, Max Magdelano, Paid Tickcnoff, Bruce 
McGartlin, and Richard Loijd. 



Boh Herman demonstrates skill on a prommelled horse. 




Under Coach Armando Vega for the second straight 
year, the Demon Gymnasts were in top form for the 
1969 season. The Demons won their first four meets ■ 
and are expected to do well in the NAIA Championship 
again this year. 

Northwestern State College is very proud of its 
outstanding gymnastic team, and especially of two of its 
even more outstanding members. Richard Loyd was 
selected to represent the United States in the 1968 
Summer Olympics. John Ellas made the second team 
and traveled with them on a good-will tour. We 
thank them for such fine representation of Northwestern. 
Congratulations go also to Coach Vega, who was 
selected as one of the two judges for the United States 
in the 1968 Olympics. 




(jrf/m during a fl 




Jerry Wane 



Paul Tickcnoff 





Max Magdelano exerts great strength in this ring exercise. 






I demonstrate* hti ttyla <>n ''>< paraOei ■ 



.,,/ Loyd on floor exerc is e. Richard 

mis a member of the 1968 United State* Olympic 
Gymnastic* Team and traveled to Mexico Ctty i"r the 
Summer Olympic Games! 






John Ella* iv observed /"/ /.<"/</ <""/ Coach Vagi John math tht 
( S Olympic second uum and tpent ""< ••' » >" '"" r ■" 

South \m< run 



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111 




FROM LEFT-Rocky Rcrlin, Billy Weaver, Jeff Broun, Mites Donaldson, Jim Pearson. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Coach Don Bcasly, John Inzer, 
and Alfred Brakin. 






Jim Pearson 



Billy Weaver 



Miles Donaldson 



Jeff Brown 




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Golf 



Coach Don Beasly's 1969 golf team faired 
quite well during the golfing season. The 
young team had only the returning 
experience of letterman Jeff Brown, but still 
the Demons had their eyes on the GSC 
crown. 

With the fine playing of Rocky Berlin, Jim 
Pearson, Billy Weaver, and Miles Donaldson 
the N.S.C. Golf Team scored a better than 
average record. 



111. 





Dim GaUemore 



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Glen Bordelon 



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STANDING Glen Bordelon, Coach and Don GoUemon KNEELING ]w> 

Ganooam and Bob Chalet WOT PICTURED ;h 



Tenuis Tea in 



('n.nh ferry Aiiedge'a tennia team was .1 littl< short on 
members but not on talent He baa th< returning 
■ervicea ol [fan Cenovese and Dean Smith. Genovesi 
1 rreahman was 1 finalist lasl year fan tli< ( • s I 
tournament at tin No 1 singles spot Tins yea/a new 
racea are Don GaUemore, Bob Chaler, and (Men 
Bordelon. The young Northwestern Tennia Team haa 
developed into top-notch competition. 
This u.is the first year rai Coach Arledge to be -it the 

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Bill Dean, Karl Pearson, Steve Miller, and Bob Parker. 



Karl Pearson 



The Demon weightlifting team faired well in its third 
year of organization here at N.S.C. The muscle men 
scored high at every meet they attended. At the 
Regional IV Olympic Meet, four men from the team 
entered and they won four first-place trophies, plus 
the team trophy. These men work hard individually to 
represent N.S.C. in a strong way. 



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U tiler 



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Women 's Sports 





Members of the girls' Badminton Team are: Johnnye Keglon, Deborah 
Myers, Carol Becker, Sandy Fisher. (Not pictured: Jackie Morris). 



Members of the girls' Tennis Team are— FRONT ROW: Carol 
Becker, Peggy White, Cathy Chaumont, Becky Hudson, Jackie 
Smith, Carolyn Comer. BACK ROW: Pat Hernandez, Pam Car- 



Members of the girls' Basketball Team are— FRONT ROW: Linda 
Becker, Janet Parker, Carol Butler, Carolyn. Comer, Fern Martin, 
Diane Oliver, Susan Cartwright. BACK ROW: Mrs. Lou Lewis 



(coach), Vicki Weeks, Sherry Hollingsworth, Jane Green, Donna 
Crawford, Frances Graves, Dianna Thomas, Pat Tattzin, Jackie 
Smith. 





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micliacl. Man/ Forrk (coach), Fran AflMMM, Tr;^ Ttiuzin, /Vni 
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Claudia HoBey, Marty Lowery, Ratal irz, Julie I 

B \('K ROW Paui Prfi 

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' . rs o/ (fa cir/s' Yollci/hnll Tram are— FRONT HC>\V Alice 
Gaubert, Janet Parker, Carolyn Cottar, intta Choate, Diane Mor- 
ns. Julia Parkar, " ktm RACK ROW Sawn Ravnoldt 



Martin, Pat Tauxux, Mat ■ 

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Intramural Sports 




BSU took top honors in intramural basketball play. FIRST ROW: 
Pat Greer, Jerry Odum, Gary McCune. SECOND ROW: Larry 



Bazer, Ozzie Hollingsworth, Billy Prathcr, and Bob Lash. Jerry 
Primm not pictured. 



The intramural activity on the N.S.C. campus in the 
past has been fast and wild with many organizations 
turning out to compete. Coach Roy Gentry headed 
the action this year, planning, scheduling, and 
supervising the play. The program was set up by the 
Department of Health and Physical Education for the 
interest of the male students not participating in varsity 
sports. 



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//ey gwi/s, a four-leaf clover . . . 



It's make it or break it with a fourth and 25 situation. 




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Starter', in tlu- intramural CTOU country race 



\nd the U tuners 




P.E.K. Awards 




Danny Bob Turner presents Dr. William Ertoin of the Biology Department with an award for 
Outstanding Service to Physical Education. 



Henry D. Scogin presents the Senior Scholastic Award and the National Scholarship Key to 
Kevin Crowe. 




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Dr Paul Marx p flM t nll Hike Dvlcavdnr uilh the Junior SckdUutk \uard 



Carroll I'loud and Donald C.uidrt/ arr l>oth fW$tllttd tin Dfatfflguiffod :tiard hi/ 

Hi nry D. SoOgtM. 








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FINE ARTS AND ENTERT \INMENT 



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Symphony Orchestra 

Since 1966, when it was organized by the 
Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Society, the 
Natchitoches- Northwestern Symphony Orchestra 
has been an inspiration to the community and the 
college. It was formerly the Northwestern Symphony 
Orchestra, which was organized in 1913 with twenty 
members; since then it has grown steadily in size anc 
quality of performance. Truly a community 
organization, the orchestra is composed of college 
students, as well as college faculty and townspeople. 
This year the orchestra presented several concerts 
and provided music for Mendelssohn's operetta, Elijah. 



Dr. Carlucci, head of the music department at Northwestern, also directs 
the N.S.C. Orchestra. 



1ST VIOLIN 
John Maltese, 

Concertmaster 
May Beville 
Nancy Frost 
George Trisler 
Vincent Ognibene 
Johnette Johnston 
Tom Jones 
Ralph Boyd 

2nd VIOLINS 
Kathy Davis, 

Principal 
Dickie Howell 
Eva Mae Maltese 
Robert Lindsay 

OBOE 

Robert Krause 
Barbara Gaeddert 
Mike Dennis 



THE NATCHITOCHES-NORTHWESTERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

DR. JOSEPH B. CARLUCCI, Conductor 



VIOLA 
Jo Hix, 

Principal 
Cheryl House 
Valeric Huckie 
Richard Fletcher 
Ruth Caughey 

CELLO 

Richard Rose, 

Principal 
John Kite 
Sam Caldwell 
Ila Drury 

BASS 

William Gaeddert, 

Principal 
Doug Sullivan 
James Green 

TYMPANI 
Steve Hitt 



FLUTE 
Barbara Willis 
Donna Rose 

PICCOLO 
Donna Rose 

ENGLISH HORN 
Barbara Gaeddert 

CLARINET 
Rick Lacy 
Paul Weller 

BASSOON 
Alice McGee 
Richard Aldrich 

TRUMPET 
Charles Horton 
Edward Farabough 
Charles Pace 



TROMBONE 
Leslie Steele 
William Conerly 
Albert Hobson 

TUBA 
Larry Powell 

PERCUSSION 
Dennis Shaw 
Leo Murray 
Ron Berry 

LIBRARIANS 
William Conerly 
Robert Lindsey 

FRENCH HORN 
Craig Pratt 
Kay Jones 
Richard Jennings 
Charlotte Mills 




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mphonic band on Everett Baker, Jot Blade, Bonny 

Edmond Routte, Bonnie Rrasher, Ron Brigmon, Vickie Rnnk- 

]amet Bush, David Butler, Thomat C a pert on , Juditli Carter, 
vd Casson, Carolyn Chatolotn, Gene Col>l>. Catherine I 
William Conerlu, Alma Crowder, James Daniel, Gwendolyn Davis, 
Thomat Pin is, Carolyn Donovan, Lloyd Dowden, Maureen DrieooU, 
Phil I ■ .- Edward Farabough, BJchard Fletcher, Randy Frame, Jw 
Haahn, J D Hams. J l. Hams. Glenda Haynet, Steve Hut. ,\l 
Hobton, Melvin Hohton S. J. HoUmgsworth, James Hooter, (hards 
Horton, Madalyn Johnston, Joseph Jonas, Marian Jones, Jay Keppel, 
Lloyd Lacy, Us Lucia, Jamet McDowell, Mut- " MarceUine 



\f / .'•:•• R Mary Mathews, Mary Mills. Dai ul Mitchell, 
Mont rief, Lao Mama/. Deborah \< Ison, Caul 

]i mi Panne, Carol Perkins, Robert Pointer, Larry Powell 

Pratt. Virginia Babalais, Beverly Beeves, Man/ I 

]uha Sanders, Stan Sat ant. Jar William 

S/n ppert, Ronald Spiller. Thomas Tory, his Trah 
Johnny Wall, Dale Ward, 1 • Judith St ..lass Still 

Paul Wilier. 1,7. ri Wilman. Rol , rt Wilderp, Carl Willi U ship 

Williams, Michael WSUford, Barb a t e Willis, Pam,la Wright 
Woodruff. Swan Garcia. 



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The symphonic hand had a DOS) l ea S O O again this ) 

Activities included several coocerta and the annual 
tour presenting <ju.ility music in Louisiana's public 

schools; the season was highlighted by a spriiuz COI 
and the annual Hand Awards Banquet This \ 
the first tunc, a wind ensemble was formed, co mp osed 
of forty-one of the more talented memhers of the hand 

who were selected by audition. 




Symphonic Band 



J Robert Smith, Director 



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Members of the marching hand are: Linda Gail Ammons, Margaret 
Atchison, Starr Autrey, Connie Babineaux, Everett Baker, Dolores 
Barbo, Zoe Barker, Barry Barr, Mary Beach, Peggy Beasley, Bonny 
Berry, David Berryman, Mary Bird, Staart Bird, Edmond Botrtte, 
Bonnie Brasher, Joyce Bricker, Bon Brigmon, Vickie Brinkley, Cheryl 
Brown, James Bush, James Carter, Judith Carter, Leonard Casson, 
Vickie Chandler, Cindy Coker, Phyllis Coleman, Catherine Comeaux, 
Bill Conerly, Alma Lee Crowder, Morjana Cryer, James B. Daniel, 
Kay Davis, Thomas Davis, Connie Dawson, Michael Dennis, Carolyn 
Donovan, Lloyd Dowden, Maureen Driscoll, Patricia Ann Dunkin, Phil 
Evans, Suzanne Evans, Edward Farabough, Karen Fitts, Bichard 
Fletcher, Bonnie Fontenot, Linda Susan Gabriel, Jimmy Garlington, 
Kent Gibson, James Leonard Green, Joe W. Haahn, W. C. Hardy, 
J. D. Harris, J. L. Harris, Jan Hawthorne, Glenda Kaye Haynes, Steve 
Hitt, Al Hobson, S. J. Hollingsworth, James Hooter, Charles Horton, 
Thomas Howell, Valerie Huckie, Esther Johnson, Johnette Johnston, 
Cynthia Jonas, Joseph F. Jonas, Marian K. Jones, Glenda Keen, Stephen 



Keith, Jay Keppel, Liz Koury, Bick Lacy, Peggy Landry, Liz Lucia, 
Carta McCain, Jim McDowell, Alice McGee, Linda McGee, Marcelline 
McLamore, Evelyn June McMullan, Karen Mensing, Charlotte Mills, 
David Wayne Mitchell, Jane Moncrief, Irene Morgel, Leo Ernest Mur- 
ray, Deborah Nelion, Gayle Nesom, Lynn Nollkamper, Charles Pace, 
Jerry Payne, Pamela Gayle Pearce, Elaine Perkins, Bobert Neal Pointer, 
Larry Powell, Craig Pratt, Virginia Babalais, Barbara Badford, Sandra 
Jean Baines, Evangeline C. Ramsey, Sharon Anne Reese, Beverly 
Beeves, Rebecca L. Richard, Mary Roberts, Stanley Russell, Julia K. 
Sanders, Stan Savant, Linda K. Sepulvado, James Seymore, Sandra 
Shaddock, Dennis Shaw, William Sheppert, Susan Shirey, Cynthia 
Smith, Linda Lea Snyder, Ronald Spiller, Cathy Staten, Les Steele, 
Judith Stokes, Charlotte Sullivan, Douglass Sullivan, Rick Sullivan, 
Thomas Torpy, Iris Janelle Trahan, Tommy Tynes, Faye Uzzle, Johnny 
Wall, Dale Ward, Paul Weller, Glen Welman, Robert Wilder. Carl 
Williams, Linda Faye Williams, Manship Williams, Michael Williford, 
Barbara Willis, George Woodruff, Jeffrey Young. 



Mr. Robert Smith . . . director of the N.S.C. Marching Band. 




The 145-member Demon Marching Band is comprised of students from 
all parts of Louisiana, as well as from many different sections of the 
United States and its possessions. Points east include South Carolina, 
Maryland, and Massachusetts, to the west they hail from west Texas, 
the Philippine Islands and points between. Those from Louisiana 
came to Northwestern from sixty different localities. Each student 
has his own personal interests and hobbies— as is evidenced in the 
diversity of majors being pursued by band members. These majors 
include Business, Psychology, Mathematics, Microbiology, Social 
Science, Speech, R.O.T.C, and all phases of Education. Forty-five 
students are majoring in Music Education! 

While there is diversity of academic interests among Demon Band 
members, all have one common desire— and that is to produce 
top-notch entertainment for football fans during every half-time 
performance. The group works togther as a well-knit unit to produce 
exciting, spirited shows for all home games and for many out-of-town 
contests. Some of the Band's eye-catching formations include 
diamonds, criss-crossing X's, a fleur-de-lis, a balloon, a crown, and 
precision marching movements set to music. On occasion, individual 
sections of the Band, such as the percussion or trumpets, are featured, 
and many of the Band's formations are highlighted by its Twirlers, 
dancing "Mademoiselles," and Flag Corps. 

The Demon Band concludes its marching activities for the year by 
participating in the annual Natchitoches Christmas Festival Parade and, 
later, by taking a road trip to New Orleans during Mardi Gras season 
to represent Northwestern State College in the colorful Rex Parade. 
With the strong support of the City of Natchitoches and Northwestern 
State College, the Demon Marching Band is anticipating a very 
successful and extremely busy season in 1968-69! 




The DemOOt perform clunni: u I'eih came /><•;> ralbi 
in (rout of the eourthome 111 S/in i i port 



Hill concen t rat e ) OH fr 'formed at a eouple 

of Demon football gOflfc 



NSC Marching Band f 




The band plays in formation 



The staff dedicates this section to Jimmy Green, an 
outstanding and devoted hand member who was 
killed in an automobile accident during a band trip 
on February 14. 



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The Stage Band was organized primari] nts 

BH opportunity to pla\ j.i// and |.i// liiflin ii< «(i iiMisi 

addition to the itud) and rehearsal required, thi 
presents an annua] sprint; oo n ce r l and maki 

tour ol high schools in north and Centra] I.ouisi.m.i 

This \r.tr the group boasts twenty-nine m em ber s ; this 
year, also, the band added four French homs 



Mr. Jerry Payne, director of tfu ■■<!. fa al 

irching Band 



Member* of the Stow Rand arc-niRFCTOn Jerry R I tun, SAXO- 
I'HCM S />' n Brigmon, Barbara WtiUt, Paul Wetter, Phil Evatu, James 
II ■■■ TROMBONES Rill Conerbj, Hah- Ward. Carol,/,, Donovan, 
Doug Suttioan, Jim McDowell TRUMPETS; Chariot Horton, Jo, 

Uaahn, Tom Torpy, Slurry HottingtWOrth, Randy Frame, Eddie lara- 



/i, Bitt bheppert, I,- Lude FRENCH HORNS Glen w.lman, 
Craig Pratt, Kay J, riotte Mtttt TUBA PIANO 

Lea i I RING />' \SS RU hard DRUMS Ihll 

GUITAR Ronnie Broth r. MELODIC 11 R( 

John Ratush 




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Twirlers are Morjana Cryer, Barbara Radford, Starr Autrey, Pam Pearce, Lynn 
Nollkamper, Linda Williams, Evelyn McMullan, Vickie Chandler, Joyce Bricker, 
Charlotte Sullivan, and Linda Ammons. 



Twirlers 



Adding flash and grace to the performances of the 
N.S.C. band are the N.S.C. twirlers. The twirling line 
consists of young ladies who are selected in June of 
each year on the basis of ability, appearance, and 
personal standards. Their rigorous rehearsal schedule 
begins early in September and continues throughout 
the school year. The twirlers perform at all N.S.C. 
football games and many pep rallies and basketball 
games. They are becoming well known for their 
unique style and precision dance-twirl routines. 
Their performances were varied this year with flag 
baton and fire baton routines. The group has 
accumulated a total of thirty trophies and over 200 
medals. 




Several twirlers relax before going onto the field. 

RIGHT: Pam Pearce stands at attention while gaining the atten- 
tion of the half-time audience. 





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NSC Chorale 




Mr. John LeBlanc, director of the N.S.C. Chorale. 



FIRST ROW: Beverly Reeves, 
Brenda Ratcliff, Sandra Rabon, 
Janice Williams, Georgia Kenni- 
son, Evelyn Brown, Sally Fields, 
Susan Michael, Kathy Cleveland, 
Brenda Teague, Karen Cuny. 
SECOND ROW: Karin Worthy, 
Deborah McCuller, Sally Phil- 
lips, Zelma Broussard, Lora Mor- 
gan, Jeannie Fleener, Lorrie Mil- 
ler, Denise Cox, Cynthia Kittler, 
Susan Benner. 

THIRD ROW: Martha Jones, 
Pam Wright, Janet Ponder, Mary 
Hutton, Mary Thompson, Diane 
Richard, Jeanette Pons, Ann Ei- 
land. 

FOURTH ROW: John LeBlanc, 
Director; Lelia Harris, Pat Du- 
pree, Bunny Curry, Patsy Durr, 
Carol Visio, Grade Lacefield. 
FIFTH ROW: Sherrie Barrett, 
Bonnie Williams, Ann Myers, 
Toni Morris, Veta Medico, Millie 
Gallien. 

SIXTH ROW: Donnie Martin, 
Montez Anding, Eddie Sears, 
Ted Brazier, Bill Bozzelle. 
SEVENTH ROW: Don Ward, 
Robert Kerr, George Lulley, Jerry 
Bingham, Eddie Sears, Eddie 
Farabough, Richard Horton. 
EIGHTH ROW: Bob Davidson, 
Edmond Butcher, Richard Flet- 
cher, David Terry Wayne Bol- 
ton, Lenwood Meaux. 
NINTH ROW: Stanley Davis, 
Eddie Huey, Lionel Meyer, Mike 
Adams, Dale Hobson. 



FIRST ROW: Karen Cuny 
(seated) Deborah McCuller, Eve- 
lyn Brown, Georgia Kennison, 
Jeannie Fleener, Lelia Harris. 
SECOND ROW: Don Ward, 
Mary Hutton, Bob Davidson, 
Patsy Durr, Sally Phillips, Eddie 
Huey, Bonnie Williams, Zelma 
Broussard, Donnie Martin, Jerry 
Bigham, George Tulley. 




, rs of tht I horale are— FIRST 

/{(>\C Lora Morgan, Karin Worthy, Georgia 
KeruUton, Eoehjn Brown, Susan Michael s ' C- 
OND ROW Solly Phtitipa, inn Uyen, I 
Hitter, Karen Cuny. TIII1U1 ROW Don Ward, 
Uon, Pin id Terry, Jerry 
Bighorn, 





This year the chorus is composed of about eighty members, man) of whom 
are not music majors. During the fall semester, the (horns dealt mostly with 
Christmas music. They performed two Christmas concerts in the Little 
Theatre and sang for the lighting oi the student I'nion. Certain members V 

chosen to record the Christmas music on tape, which was played on local TV 

stations in Alexandria, Lafayette, and S hr evepotl The Chamber Choir also 
performed at luncheons and banquets in Natchitoches and surrounding 
This spring the chorus presented Elijah, an operetta b) Mendelssohn, as 01 
the Natchunches-Northwestern Concerl Association programs. The Chamber 
Choir sang a Bach cantata in the Baroque Festival, which was held for the 
first time this year. 



ftuniit/ Cum/ (ah ' tola m tfif 

Christmat l\ pi gram whili iHce C.au- 

Nwd Bob n<n u!m>u, /)ofi 

Ward, Barry Barr, and Mihi Cmm ting their 
parts. 




Mademoiselles 



A new attraction at football games this year was 
the Mademoiselles; the girls performed at 
many pep rallies as well as with the band at 
half-time. Under the leadership of Mrs. Myrna 
Schexnider, the Mademoiselles pleased the 
crowd with an original routine at every game. 
Each week the girls appeared in beautiful 
new costumes which they designed and made 
themselves to go with their routines. 




Mademoiselles Connie Dix, Linda Magee, and Linda Sepulvado 
perform at one of the many pep rallies. 



Mademoiselles are— FIRST ROW: Cindy Coker, Carla McCain, Zoe 
Barker, Linda Sepulvado, Linda Magee, Connie Babineaux, Cheryl 



Brown, Dolores Barho. SECOND ROW: Margaret Atchison, Jan Haw- 
thorne, Liz Koury, Connie Dix, Peggy Beasley, Deborah Nelson. 




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hiembert of the Contemporary m FIRST ROW: Diana Webb, 

Cindy Cnkrr. 

SECOND ROW Barbara Mtclurh. \t,l Lambert, Sandra Roguaford, 



THIRD ROW: Dana Prmea, Sman FuBlg " lf& 

Icr. Tin rant Howard, 

Smati EM [*r, Stun, 



■u Mill. - ,md Thatam Howard 

prepare for th .. of the annual Christt ■ al. 



The N'.S.C'. Contemporarj Dancers r epres e nt Nuith western in 
mam rtincttoni nidi .is the .umii.il Natcfaitocfaei Parish Christmas 
Pi stnal and the Facuk) Mardi Cras Ball During tin- l i x>- 
school year the) t rav eled to the dance symposiums in Baton 
Rouge (he Careet (lime m Bunky, the district physical education 
convention in New Orleans. .uu\ th. Southern Physical Education 
Convention m Memphis, Teoneei 







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Members of Davis Players are-STANDING: Joe hunt, Steve Kimsey, 
Joan Grant, Byron Nail, Claudia Moore, Chris Keeler, Gay Bond, John 



Mitchell, Tommy Davis, Margaret Jobe. SEATED: Bruce Kalman, Bob 
Cox, Susan Ehlers. 



Davis Players 



Davis Players is the oldest official dramatic 
organization on campus, having been 
organized in 1923. Membership, which is by 
invitation only, is limited to thirty. Invitations 
to join are extended by the club to students 
who have participated extensively in College 
Theatre. For the second year in several decades, 
the group again produced and directed 
its own theatrical melodrama. Members of 
Davis Players also played a part in establishing 
on our campus the Delta Eta Cast of Alpha 
Psi Omega, a national honorary fraternity for 
college dramatists. 



Sponsors of the Davis Players, Dr. Edna West and Marc 
Pettaway peep to see how the production progresses. 





Frank and Anne Mirhaehon. por- 
I by Huron Sail and Alice 
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Donna Wmttnbcrgtr, m Molly, shocks '>< w father, 

Huron Sail, as I' rank, upon fur first return home 
from roll 



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Molly on tlu tfuzht hark I 



Mr Gatddert, ZWl Hflf, Ann Mt/< r\. <;ru/ Sandra Rahon 

practice for ' lh, Medium," a contemporary opera hy Mcnottt. 



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Entertainment 



Entertainment— a way of escape from the long 
drab hours of study, an escape from just the 
long drab hours. Fall and spring brought a 
variety of shows, mostly big-name entertainers. 
The Association, Paul Anka, The Town Criers, 
Neil Diamond, The One-Way Street, Glenn 
Yarbrough, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, 
and the Lettermen— Fall and Spring 
Entertainment 1968-69. 





Gary Puckett 

And the Union Gap 



The Lettermen. 




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The Town Criers 



Pari of "Them Moose GooMttF 




The Association ... .A Rood }>e£innin£ to a got 






Entertainment 



Paul Anka 





V, i/ Diamond . . final remarks of the Christmas Fettttal (.7.nn Yarhrouch "Bal>y, the ratn must jail 







The One Way Street . . . "If You're Looking For A Fool" 



Entertainment 




"Carmen," presented bf the Goldoeshj Grand Opera 
Theatre, I ■/ the attractions offered for greater 

cultural vnlightment. 




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ACADEMICS 



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Dr. William B. Knipmeyer, head of the department of social sciences at 

Northwestern was elected as the 1969 POTPOURRI Professor of the 

year. This is a secret ballot election in which students elect the 

professor that they feel has shown the most outstanding qualities of a 

professor. 

Dr. Knipmeyer is a graduate of St. Mary's High School in Natchitoches, 

and received his bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University 

in 1947. He received his M.S. in 1950 and his Ph.D. in 1956 from L.S.U. 

Dr. Knipmeyer has been professor and head of the social sciences 

department at Northwestern since 1967. 

Before coming to Northwestern, he was chairman of the department of 

Geography at the University of Tampa Florida. He also taught at 

McNeese and Bradley University in Illinois. 

Vice-president of the Graduate Council at LSU, Dr. Knipmeyer holds 

membership in the Association of American Geographer, American 

Geographical Society, Southwestern Social Science Association and Delt? 

Phi Alpha. 



Dr. Knipmeyer checks on facts for the days lesson before 
going to class. 



Even at home Dr. Knipmeyer is busy with his work. 



Dr. Knipmeyer checks over the pages of an exam for 
errors. 




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Dr. William B. Knipm«-\rr I ' the Yc.ir 



Professor of The ) ear 



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Department of Accounting 



The Accounting Department of Northwestern State, 
organized July 1, 1967, is one of the strongest 
departments on campus. Total enrollment averages 
between 150 and 180 each semester. Students 
majoring in accounting can reecive their B.A. degree 
and M.B.A. degree. Graduates in the accounting field 
are qualified to take the C.P.A. test. 





Dr. Earl Thames, Department Head 



Jo-Anne Gibson 



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Department of Agriculture 



students inte r ested in the field «>t agriculture may 

stud) one ol font curricula leading to the Rachftkw oi 

Science degree <»r one ol three pre professional 

programs. 

The facilities of the diversified college rami are 

utilized in the laboratory courses. Here the students 

familiarise themselves with modern Farm machinery 

and work with purebred beef, dair\ cattle, sheep, swine 
and poultry. The college dairy produces and 
processes all the milk used in the Cafeterias on campus. 







Dr. Ralph Fell. Department Head 



Dr Charles Stttffleheam 



Hal F. Tout. 



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Department of Art 



The art student of Northwestern may earn his B.A. 
degree and prepare for a professional career or 
graduate study in either fine or commercial art. 
Courses have been designed especially for graduate 
students in the School of Education. The Art 
Department encourages more students to choose art 
as a minor or select from among its many specialized 
courses as enrichment in the humanities. 
The role of art in our society can never be 
over-emphasized, for individual creativity is 
fundamental in a democracy. 




Department Head 
Orville ]. Hanchey 



Donald J. Alexander 



Charles Coke 



Gary Edson 





Philippe Oszuscik 



Rivers Murphy 



Mary Carolyn Roberts 



James C. Thorn 



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Department of Biology 



\\ 'In tlui a student is planning ■ major fan 
biolog) education, botany, pie-dentistry, pre medicine 
medical technology, wildlife management, or zoology, 
i B.s degree la offered ba N.S.C.'a l>i* >1< >v^> department 
\ Maiter*a degree la available ba education, botany 

and BOOlogy. The stall strives for a u rll-ronnded 

program including good teaching and productive 

research. 




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Department Hear 

Dr. William C. Ertcin 



Dr. Arthur S. Mien 



Dr. Ray Baumgardner 



Dr. Roy Buckley 



Dr. Tom Burns 



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Dr. Earle Cross Robert A. Daspit 



Robert If. Click 



Dr. James I. in 



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Dr Roderick Putland Dr James A Frnc. Jr p t , ^ / ^talltne 

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Department of Business Administration 



Preparing college students to be successful businessmen 
is the main aim of N.S.C.'s Department of Business 
Administration. Specific instructions are given in 
accounting, marketing, management, finance and 
business economics. Degrees can be earned in 
Accounting and Business Administration. 





Department Head 
Dr. Roger Best 



Robert Easley 



John L. Hix 



Jerry Kinard 







Donald Ray Lincecum 



Donald Slacum 



H. N. Towry 



Eugene Williams 



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Department of Business Education 

and Office Administration 



By teaching students to lie both educators and 

administrators, the Deportment of Busmen Education 

and Office \dministration manage! to "kill two birds 
with one stone' It offers courses in business education 
coininunications. and office administration. An 

Associate Degree and a two-Mar program b S burial 

Administration arc also offered 







Department Head 
T. G. Johnson 



Dr. Kenneth Durr 



J. W. Johnson 



Marparet Killrn 






Carol McCoy 



Janell Rue 



Barron W Wrlb 






Department of Chemistry 






Those students interested in becoming chemists 
have various ways to earn such a degree. Chemistry 
majors can obtain a B.S. degree in Science and 
Technology or in Education. Medical Technology 
majors may earn a B.S. Degree in Science and 
Technology. Also offered is a degree in General 
Science with a concentration in chemistry. Graduate 
students may earn their M.S. in chemistry in any one 
of three fields: Organic, Physical, or Biological 
Chemistry. 





Dr. Charles Bissell 



Dr. Alan Crosby 



Oliver W. Hargrove 






Dr. Wayne H. Hyde 



Dr. Larry McRae 



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Dr. James Rhoades 



Department of Economics 



The Economics Department w.is established Jul) 1. 
L967, widi the creation oi the School <>i Business. 
Its primary got A is to prepare students for positions oi 
govemmenl \ Bacbeloi oi Science and Economics 
degree is offered In the School <>l Business and a 
Bachelor i>t \rts degree is offered in the School oi 
Liberal Vrts. 




James N. Davis, Dt par t m tri Head 



Dr. Donald S. Slacum 



Charles D 



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Department of Educational 



Psychology and Guidance 



The Department of Educational Psychology and 
Guidance offers Master's degrees in Elementary 
Counseling and Guidance and Secondary Counseling 
and Guidance. The Specialist in Education degree 
includes both Elementary and Secondary Counseling 
and Guidance. The Master's degree can also be 
earned in Student Personnel Services. Undergraduate 
and graduate students are offered service courses 
in Educational Psychology. 







Department Head 
Dr. Ray McCoy 



Dr. R. Lavada Raggett 



Oscar BiUingsley 



Dr. Jack L. Daniels 





Dr. Gail C. Goodwin 



Dr. George A. Kemp 



Dr. Tandy McElwee 



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Department of Elementary Education 



The purpose oi the Elementary Education Department 

is to prepare te.it hers for the public elementary 
seliooK llie three undergraduate majors in this 

department are kindergarten, primary, ami upper 

education There are now nx> students majoring in 
these in in Tht department also otters si\ graduate 
degree programs. Three ot these are master's degn 
programs in the Specialist in Education Decree 






Department Head 
Df Lisso Simmons 



Alma Alost 



Dr. Bennie Barron 



Dr. Ronald T Dennis 






Rph C. Lumpkxm 



Dr. Davtd I. Payne 



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Department of Geology 



Geology was first established as a department in 
July, 1967; in the fall semester of 1968, a Master's 
Degree program was approved. The Geology degree 
had originally been established within the 
Department of Physical Science in 1964. Now the 
Geology Department offers the B.S. and M.S. degrees. 





Department Head 
John D. Waskom 



Rene DeHon 



Dr. David Dobbins 



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Department of History 



The Department <>f History officiall) became .1 
department in July, 196*7 mil was organized .is .1 
■eparate Bald i>t stud) It oilers an undergraduate 
degree and .1 Master oi \rts degree with .1 major 
in either European or American histor) 





trtmeni Head 
Dr Donald M RaWtOtl 



William Arceneaux 



Marietta I.cl- 






Dr |,;n, . / \f Corkcl. )r 



Dr William \ P 



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Department of Health, Physical 






This department offers such degree programs as 
teacher certification and the preparation of graduates 
for vocational opportunities in several different fields. 
In the program of today the student may choose 
programs in recreation, dance, driver education, 
safety, and other interesting subjects that will prepare 
him in whatever field he may select. 





Department Head 
Dr. Robert Alost 



Dr. Allen R. Bonnette 







H. Alvtn Brown 



Gordon E. Coker 



Dr. Violet Davion 



Dr. James DiNucci 







Mary Farris 



Roy B. Gentry 



Melvin E. Gibson 



Joyce Hillard 



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Education, and Recreation 







E. O. Howell 



Alice Ia-c Jmvk 



Luella Lru k 



Paul C Marx 




Dr. Colleen Nclken 






Nancy Reynolds 



Jewel Richie 



Dr. David Scoghi 







James Simmons 



Joyce To tens 



Armando Vmga 



Janice \\ 






Department of Home Economics 



The student who majors in Home Economics must 
take required courses such as English and Science. A 
general home economics curriculum is designed for 
students interested in a career in business or extension 
service. The students who want to teach vocational 
home economics enroll in Home Economics 
Education. There is a degree program for students 
interested in such careers as dietetics and other food 
services called Dietetics and Institutional Management. 
The M.S. in Education is offered at N.S.C. for home 
economics students. 




Department Head 
Dr. Marie Dunn 







Margaret Ackel 



Dr. Gloria Durr 



Virginia Johnson 



Maxine SoutherJand 



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Department of Industrial Education 



This department oilers a curricula in industrial arts, 
education and vocational-industrial education for 

students interested m teaching. There are three options 
in in. mu. d .uts. therapy, and industrial arts for those 
students who choose .1 Don-teaching curriculum. 





Department Head 

Pr Walt, r / Robinson 



Or Charhs \Y Brrkrr 



Raymond Chnttensen 



Tommy Dunacan 





Duai/'u C Gtbtrt 



Earl \ 



Pr Pi// W 



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Department of Languages 



The Department of Languages offers four major fields: 
English, foreign languages, journalism and speech. 
The department's aim is to produce cultured speakers 
and writers, whether they be public speakers, teachers, 
journalist, novelists, businessmen or housewives 
using language in their daily lives. 







Department Head 
Dr. Walter L. Mosley 



Ramon Brodermann 



Mary Doherty 



Dr. G. Waldo Dunnington 




Donald W. Hatley 




Alice Hicks 








F.llit Marie Mclder 



Dr. Gene E. Sforokoff Eve Mouton 



Marion S'csom 






Dr. Charles R. Olsen 



Dr. W, A TornwaU 



>< Wehber 



Olca \\rht>rr 




Joseph Wertelaers 



Ora Williams 



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Department of Library Science 



Russell Library's extensive collection of 155,000 bound 
volumes, separate document collection and microfilm 
clearly distinguishes it as the heart of this academic 
institution. In the build-up of this collection, special 
attention is given to coordination of the selection 
of books and research information to the various 
academic departments. In this way, Russell Library 
renders a greater amount of support to the increasingly 
varied programs offered at Northwestern. Under the 
direction of Miss (Catherine Bridges is the Louisiana 
Room, in the Arts and Sciences Building. This area 
houses one of the best collections of Louisiana 
literature in the state. 







Department Head 
Donald McKenzie 



Barbara Gaeddert 



Clara Greene 



Leola Loftin 



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Department of Mathematics 






Department of Mathematii 
.Hid mo\ ing forward in c,rd- 

today's students \ major in mathemab' f\ 

for .i B.S. d n t ither the School 

Technolog) or the S< hool of I 
Graduate School offen both the \l v 
Mathematics and tfi< M 5 with .i major in 

Mathematics 



•tmrnt Head 
Dr RuneO Whittington 






Dr Edward Anders 



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Bertrand Boyd Thomas E. Covington 



Ronald Dubois 




Cat/lord ! 





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Margaret iMnd Dudley R rut. Jr. 



Ernest Ratliff 



Vera C. Rawson 



Sam Shelton 






Austin Temple 



Herb, ■• 1 Irmple 



Barbara V Thamn 







Wtlluim Eucene Walton 



Department of Microbiology 



One of the best-equipped departments of its type in 
this region, the Department of Microbiology has gained 
recognition on a national level, especially in the 
graduate program. Offered for a B.S. degree are 
Microbiology and Medical Technology. The M.S. 
degree is offered in Microbiology. In order to remain 
abreast of the modern trends in science, the Department 
is continually improving its instructional programs. 






Department Head 
Dr. Paul Donaldson 



Dr. J. L. W. Jackson 



Dr. Irving Miller 



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Department of Military Science 




The Reservi Offioen Training Corps, com] 

Department of \!ilit.ir\ provides miHl 

leadership braining— ai well .is qualities of self-discipline, 
physical stamina, and beart bed men 

ulio can, upon graduation, assume position 
responsibility in the tctive Arm) and its EL 
Divisions Such attributes will contribute to success in 
an) field. ROTC cadets also t.ike an active part in 
campus life through the Rifle Team and the Black 
Knights Drill Team, which Lis performed throughout 
the nation. 



Department Head 

Lt. Col. Charles E. Avery, ]r. 






M/Sgt. James O. Davis 



Major Clifford Ehy 



Capt. Paul Lister 






Department of Music 



Degrees offered by the Department of Music are the 
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of 
Music Education, Master of Music, and Master of 
Mu'sic Education. The music major is offered courses of 
study in applied music, instrumental or vocal music, 
education, theory, and composition. A minor may be 
obtained in applied music and music theory in the 
School of Applied Arts and Sciences, and in the School 
of Liberal Arts. A fully accredited member of the 
National Association of Schools of Music, it has 
attained the approval of other national and regional 
accrediting agencies. 





Department Head 
Dr. Joseph B. Carlucci 



Margaret Adkins 






Eleanor Brown 



Jack Crim 









Wayne Crowder 



Dwight Davis 



William K. Gaeddert 



Robert Krause 



John Leblanc 




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John Maltese 



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John Raush 






John Robert Smith 



Dr. Paul Torgrimson 



Depart m on I of North ires torn 

Elementary Lab School 



"Actual expeiil nee is the best teacher"— With this 

thought in mind N.S.C. provides the Elementary Lab 
School, where education majors may actively observe 

and work with Students. Such a laboratory' is an 
important part of a well rounded tea< shing curriculum. 
Prospective teaeheis are faced with many situations 
that otherwise they wouldn't have to handle until 
practice teaching. 








Department Head 

Dr. Leonard F. Fowler 



Dorothy Bamett 



Jimmy Berry 



Patty Jean Coffey 



Carol Dantels 







Lucile Dauphdril 



Mary Foster 



Ada Gimbert 



Helen Graham 



JtvxU Jones 








Clytia If. MrGaskey 



F.duina Mayeaux 



Dell Thomas Morgan 



Glennie D Scarborough 



Lyn*B* Scoggtni 






Department of Nursing 



Future nurses at N.S.C. may receive their training in 
Natchitoches or any one of the metropolitan areas of 
Baton Rouge, Pineville or Shreveport. Spread all 
over the state, students are shown demonstrations on 
the proper techniques when caring for patients. 
Directors of the clinical divisions are faculty members 
qualified by academic preparations in their various 
clinical specialties. 




Paula Burnitt 




Ann Everett 





ME 

Glenda Carlisle 




Elizabeth Farnell 





U'Vl 

Clarissa Carter 




Clara Gates 






Mary E. Chadwick Barbara Dickerson Pearl Domma 




Beth Hayes 




Margaret Hicks Peggy Hill 




Adele Lambert 



Louise McFadden Frances Pingrey 



Mattie Reinberg 



Grace Riley 



Maxine Roge 







F. Rossenwasser Frances Simmons Evelyn Taylor 



Jo Ann Velotta 



Department of Physics 



TIk Physics Department celebrated its lecood birthday 
li> continuing bo make strides forward. Students in 
both the School <>( s < lence and Technologj and in 
the School oi Education may earn .1 M.S. degree. Also. 

hiates are offered master's degrees in Science 
.iiul Sen -iu e m Education. 





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Department Head 
Dr. Gene Clothiaux 



Bert Boyd 



Dr. Steve Brmvder 



Edmond \V li 



Dr }oon C Lee 






Department of Psychology 



Northwestern offers one of the best psychology 
curriculums in the state; although it is relatively new, 
the Department of Psychology has made a name for 
itself. Bachelor's and master's degrees are awarded 
in Psychology and Educational Psychology. 








Department Head 
Dr. Caesar B. Moody 



Dr. Donald Gates 



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Barney L Kyzar 



Ronald Rradlicmj 



Dr Wadtlcll Ruw 









Fern chnsti im n 



Thomas A Clinton 



W'tlluwi ] C.UKi 






Allot Hickt 



Curt Katard Eftxai>etn l.uttnll 

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Department of Social Sciences 



Anthropology, economics, geography, government, 
history, social welfare, philosophy, and general social 
sciences are undergraduate programs offered by the 
Department of Social Sciences. Graduate degrees are 
offered in history, geography, and many composite 
programs. Though degrees are not offered in Law 
and Ministry, the Department advises students 
preparing for those fields. It also maintains Williamson 
Museum and a photographic library on Louisiana; 
operates the Family Life Institute; and publishes 
Louisiana Studies, a quarterly journal on Louisiana 
and the South. 




Department Head Richard Brown 

Dr. William B. Knipmeyer 



David Crawford 



William C. Culp 





Rong C. Chen 



Selman Cooke 





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Hugh K. Curry 



Dr. Leroi Eversull 





Dan Gardner 



Sidney Gueringer 



Jane Nahm 



Robert Nichols 



Department of Sociology 



Though it la a relatively new department .it N.S.C., 
the Departmenl oi Sodologj often a varietj oi 

degrees The Bachelor <>l \rts degree in the School <>l 

I ili.T.il Arts is offered in cither Sociology Or in Social 

Welfare; the Master of Arts degree is offered to 

graduate students Courses o! study dealt with bv the 
S >lou> Department include human social 
relationships and processes, as well .is social problems 
of modem life 





Pi panmrnt Head 
Pr. Ora Watson 



Pt. Tommy Rogers 



Jerry Wayne Wendt 



Department of Special Education 



The Special Education Center is responsible for the 
curricula for state certification in Special Education, 
utilizing some course offerings in other departments. 
The curricula enable an undergraduate or a graduate to 
meet Louisiana certification requirements in one or 
more of the following special fields: (1) Orthopedically 
handicapped, homebound, and children with special 
health problems, (2) teacher of mentally retarded 
children, (3) teacher of socially maladjusted and 
emotionally disturbed children, and (4) teacher of 
speech correction. The Northwestern Special Education 
Center renders educational diagnostic services to 
exceptional children in the surrounding areas of 
Louisiana. 









Department Head 
Dr. Michael 
Cousins 



Charles A. Burlison Rudolph Burrough Robert D. Bush 



David Christman Mary E. Cloutier 









John Eubanks 



Reginald M. Farris Dr. Harriet 
Frederick 






Patricia Henry Dr. Edward Matis Mary J. Maris 



Dr. Richard 
Galloway 






Hurst Hall 



Elwood Henry 





John R. McDonald John Notes 



Carolyn H. Penny 









Thomas L. Phillips Elaine Preston Hayes Prothro 



Travis Randies Richard Tretiak 



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Department of Speech and Journalism 



The Department of Speech .1 nd Journalism offeis 

tla Bai -liclor of Arts degree in cither the School of 

Liberal Arts or the School of Education and the 
Master of \rts ,md Master of Arts m Education degT M 
Speech majors can also ohtain a degree in S])eech and 

Hearing Therapy. The Bachelor <>t Arts degree is 

offered to Journalism majors. 






Dr. Edna West, Department Head 



James fl. Parrish 



Ray Schexnider 



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Department of Student Teaching 



The Department of Student Teaching plays a large part 
in producing experienced, qualified teachers for the 
state. Through this department student teachers are 
placed in schools throughout Louisiana in order to gain 
practice and to perfect their methods of teaching 
under the guidance of qualified supervisors. The 
department locates student teachers in many different 
school systems of Louisiana so that they may become 
acqauinted with the many varieties of institutional 
learning. 





Dr. William Davis, Department Head 



Dr. William A. Philp 



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CLASSES 



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Graduates 



JAMES R. ANDERSON 
JANE BACOT 
JOSEPH J. BALDWIN 
META A. BAXTER 
FREDERICK C. BOSARGE 
LOLA BUSENBARRICK 



RAYMOND CARNEY 
TOMMY G. CHESTER 
PHILIP A. CLAUSEN 
LYNNE COMPTON 
H. ARTHUR DEW 
KATHLEEN L. DOHERTY 



Jacksonville, Florida 

Zachary 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Alexandria 

Shreveport 



Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

Simpson 

Alexandria 

Princeton 

Jennings 



JAN CODOSKI Long Branch, New Jersey 

LORA SHANK GULLEDGE Natchitoches 

FRANK M. HATCHER Baton Rouge 

DEAN N A JACKSON Shreveport 

GENE RONALD JOHNSON Shreveport 

GERALDINE JONES Natchitoches 



ADRION D. KNIGHT 
VIRNITA LADNER 
JOSEPH THOMAS LEWIS 
LIEH-TANG LIN 
ANGELI LIU • 
LUCAS LUPO 



LUCILE McCARTY 
JIMMY McCRORY 
WILLIAM C. McKEAN 
HELEN McLAIN 
BETTIE M. MEACHUM 
SUSAN MICHAEL 



Lena 

New Orleans 

Natchitoches 

Taihung, Taiwan, China 

Hong Kong, China 

Lake Charles 



Greenville, Mississippi 

Natchitoches 

Slidell 

Campti 

New Orleans 

Alexandria 



CLAUDE FISHER MIDDLETON 
MARY MORGAN 
SUE NEITTE 
DENNIS NEWBURY 
SKIPPER NEWTON 
SOPHIE PACKARD 



JERRY R. PAYNE 
JUDY PITTS 
PAUL M. PRINCE 
RICHARD R. ROBERTSON 
BETH H. SAVILL 
EDWIN T. SHELL 



JOHNNIE SMITH 
PAT SMITH 
RICHARD B. SMITH 
MARTHA JEAN SPIGENER 
HEXU SUGARAPUNDARA 
MERLE R. TANNER 



WILBUR THIELBAR 
KENNETH D. TOUCHET 
HELEN TOUSEK 
CARETHA TYLER 
KENNETH WILKERSON 
YORE-SHUN HUNG 



Pleasant Hill 
Alexandria 

Natchitoches 
Shreveport 
Alexandria 

Natchitoches 



Alexandria 
Baton Rouge 
Natchitoches 

Shreveport 

Pelican 

Bossier City 



Church Point 

Ruston 

Bogue Chitts, Miss. 

Natchitoches 

Bangkok, Thailand 

Monroe 



Shreveport 

Gueydan 

Pineville 

Grambling 

Shreveport 

Taiwan, China 



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• SUZANNE ADAMS, Colfax. • KATHLEEN R. AGUILLARD, 
Iowa: Nursing; Alpha Lambda Delta; ASN, President; LASN; 
NSN A; Who's Who. • TERRY ALARIO, Westwego. • NOAH A. 
ALBAREZ, Coushatta; Psychology; Psychology Club. 



• LANCE M. ALEXANDER, Oil City; Business Administration. 

• WALTER ALLBR1TTON, Tullos. • WILLIAM ALLEN, Bos- 
sier City; Animal Science; Demeter Club. • RUTH ANNE 
POWELL ALLIEN, Shreveport; Primary Ed. 



• SANDRA RHEA ALMON, Bossier City; Home Economics; 
Purple Jackets; Euthenics Club, First Vice-President. • MARY J. 
ALSUP, Clinton; Nursing. • MACEL ANDERSON, Leesville; 
Upper Elementary Ed.; NEA. • ROBERT M. ARMSTRONG, 
Natchitoches; Electronics. 



• DAVID ARNOLD, Alexandria; Physical Education; Football; 
PER". • JOYCE ARNOLD, Provencal. • RONNIE ARNOLD, 
Mooringsport. • DONALD G. ASHWORTH, Oakdale. 



• CAROLYN ATKINS, Pineville; Recreation, Health, Physical 
Education; Who's Who; Phi Kappa Phi; PEM Club; Contemporary 
Dance Club, "Best Dancer" Award '67; Contemporary Academic 
Award '67 and '68; 222. • FRANCES M. BABOVEC, Elton; 
Home Economics Ed.; Euthenics Club. • WILLIAM P. BAG- 
WELL, Vivian; English. • JANELLE BAHAM, Oakdale; Home 
Economics; Euthenics Club; Sophomore Counselor; AWS. 



• ZOE BAILES, Leesville; Business Ed. • STEPHEN E. BAIL- 
LIO, Dry Prong; Business Administration; BSU. • WILLIAM 
MILLER BALDWIN, Charleston, West Virginia; 2TT. • DIANA 
BALLARD, Ventress; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. 



• DORIS R. BALTHAZAR, Natchitoches. • MAUREEN BANTA, 
Baton Rouge. • RICHARD G. BARBER, Shreveport; Zoology. 

• MARGARET C. BARNETTE, Leesville; Primary Education. 



• CAROLYN ELAINE BARNEY, Shreveport; Zoology; Beta Beta 
Beta; Purple Jackets; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta. • J. 
KIRBY BARRY, Logansport; Geology; NSC Geological Society, 
Vice-President. • SHARON JEANNETTE BARTLETT, Goldonna; 
Business Ed.; Purple Jackets; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Varsity Basketball. • CHERYL BESS BARRETT, Oak- 
dale; Music; Sigma Alpha Iota, Historian; Recording Secretary; 
SLTA; BSU, Executive Council; Senior Counselor; NSC Chorale; 
Chamber Choir, All-COLLEGE Chorus; NSC Opera Workshop. 



• DONALD L. BARRON, Ashland; Agri-Business; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Demeter Club. • GWENDOLYN BASSETT, Leesville; Nursing; 
LASN, NSNA. • TRUDY BATES, Natchitoches. • TOMMY J. 
BAXTER, Shreveport; II K*. 




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• II MIO I. MK.M \\l Marrero; Musi. Ed Phi M 
Chorus; Chamber Choii BSI Executive Council • \t MO BIRD 
sliti \ i port. Home Economica & Businesi Band • \ I' l''M Mis- 
< I CLIA, Merrick, New Vera History; Student Unioi I 
hitr.uiiur.il- • I AN ICE BOLEY, Hahnvilk M ■ I 
tlpha Lambda Delta; Newman Chib k ,; ; , I >> • -...ppa 

Phi; Senior Counselor; Euthenia (luM 



. I WINSTON BOLINC1 • I I l/\ 

Ml l I! \NN BOl l<)\ Boasier City; Math M.I \ 
Kappa Dilt.i Pi; M s ' N "; Council, Executive Council v 

• VOYD M BOLTON Wirmfield; Bminraa Administrai 

• I'MMK l\ BOOZMAN Natchitoches; French 



• BETH BOSTICK, Shreveport • I Wll s BOSWELI 

port. Tin Kappa Epsilon; I ri Beta; Interfratemit) ' Dun il • IM / 

BOTT, Marksvffle; Nursing; LASN • rERRY BOUNDS, il 

ton. 



• Ml( k 1 ) Mow DIN Natchitoches • Mill. MKM<kl\ 

port • PRANCES BRADFORD, GeorgetDwi - • J 

WAYNE BRANTON Cretan Businesi kbninistrarJon; SGA 

Mens Rep . Kappa \Iplu. President, Secret ■ ■ •, rnity 

Council, First Vice-President; Current 

Circle K, President, Vice-President; K\ 



• H IW MM \sw III Bossier Cit) - 

• I INI)\ kU BRA1 Man) • MNNI III BREWE1 
Upper Elementarj Ed • BRIDCE1 w \l i.\< I Pelican N 



• WILLIAM MMIM Saline • I \Nl I MARIE MIUIloN 
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Seniors 



• CECIL G. BRUNSON, Dry Prong; Business Administration; 
SAM. • WILLIAM BRYANT, Colfax; Social Science Ed.; SLTA, 
I 'resident; SGA Freshman Recruiting Committee, Chairman. 

• PATRICIA BUCHANAN. Shreveport; Education. • SUSAN 
CHRISTINE BUCK, Kinder. Health & Physical Ed.; Purple 
Jackets; PEM Club; SLTA; Phi Kappa Phi. 



• GRACE DIANE BUCKLEY, Winnfield; Primary Ed. • JOYCE 
BUREK, Marlton, New Jersey; Microbiology. • MERRYL BUR- 
LET, Gretna; Physical Ed.; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Track. • BILL 
BURRIS, Jena; Social Science & Speech; ROTC; Captain S-2- 
Debate; Kappa Sigma Nice-President; KS. 



• ROY BURHAM, Lafayette; Business Administration. • HENRY 
L. BURNS, Shongaloo; Mr. NSC; AMS, President; SGA, President; 
BSU, President; ROTC; SLTA; Blue Key; Circle Key. • MIL- 
DRED KAY BURNS, Vivian. • ROBIN K. BURNS, Glenmora. 



• SUE BURNS, Vivian. • ANOELICA E. BURROWS, Bossier 
City; Nursing. • MICHAEL BURROW, Dallas; Sociology; Foot- 
ball. • LEAROHN CALDWELL, Winnfield; Health & Physical 
Education; 



• MATTIE CALDWELL, Bossier City; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. 

• CECIL CAMPBELL, Benton; Business Administration; Kappa 
Alpha. • WILLIAM WALLACE CAMPBELL, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky; KA. • ROBERT E. CANNON, Georgetown; Health & 
Physical Ed.; PEK; Basketball. 



• VICTORIA V. CAPONI, DeRidder; Library Science; Alpha 
Beta Alpha. • STEVE J. CARLINO, Alexandria; Business Admin- 
istration. • MARGIE CARLETON, Bossier City; Business Educa- 
tion. • RUBY CARNAHAN, Clarks; English Ed.; Social Sciences; 
Honor Roll. 



• BBENDA CARY, Opelousas; English. • RAMONA L. CASON, 
Coushatta; Upper Elementary Ed. • ROBERT CAUSEY, Bayou 
Chicot. • SUSIE C-DO HIU, Taiwan, Republic of China. 



• BARBARA ANN CHANCE, Elizabeth; Home Economics Ed.; 
Euthenics Club; Sr. Counselor; BSU. • BRENDA CHANDLER, 
Atlanta; Home Economics Ed.; SLTA. • CHARLES CHARRIER, 
Klein wood; Social Science; Blue Key, Secretary-Treasurer, Presi- 
dent; Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President, President; Monitor; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Circle K; Kappa Delta Pi; Who's Who; AMS; SGA, 
Parliamentarian. • TOMMIE CHARRIER, Duport. 



• EDWARD H. CHEEK, JR., Shreveport; Industrial Arts. • MA- 
RIE HENRIETTA CHENEVERT, Bunkie; Music (Piano); Phi 
Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Band; Chorus. • CYNTHIA T. 
CHESTER, Coushatta; Business Administration; Pi Omega Pi, 
Vice-President; SLTA. • PATRICIA CHIKOTAS, Cirardville, 
Pennsylvania; Physics; Phi Kappa Phi. 




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• HI \ I RL1 \ ( LARK S • I I \KI.II M ( LARK 

Natchitoches Economic! • LOYD COBB 

( luh Monitoi • kl W^ ( <h llh \\ si 
II. alth .\ Physical Ed PEK N-CI 
I'm «id( nl v ptune ( lub, W< ( hoi 



• ( own < o( klHH \\l si,,, , ; Mi 

I nth, ni, - ( |ub • kl Wl I II H \"i CO kl RH Wl SI 

< I istrj < lub • BOBBI1 B COFFEE Ashland H 

nomics; Euthenics Club Si I unseloi • IWHIO \l COHEN 
Natchitoches Math 



• BRE \D\ ( ol.l M \\ Shn 5L1 \ 

• |()M\ B COMISH \L ,n«!. ... Business administration ^ Wl 

rtainmenl & So ial ( ommitti - • \\ II 1.1 Wl ( CON1 RL\ 
ndria • < o\\\ Vi o COOK ShrevepaH Business admin- 
istration. 



• SAMUEL I) COOKSEi Peoria, Illinois; k\ • RANDALL 
COOPER Vidalia; Electronics, Alpha Rho Cami II 

Club • ROLAND H CORTES Natchitoches; Industrial 
Lambda Sigma • M \l II \HI'I R ( oi \ ll l ION Uesandri 
brar) Sdenca and English Ed; Honoi Hull \lw 
M.I \ 



• I Wll s R COWDIN, Crand - Phi 

Kappa Phi • ALICE D. COXE, Man) Elementary Ed • NANC1 
CRAFT, Alexandria; Davis Players • SANDRA CRAIC VoweH'i 

Mill. Sm iolog) & 1 listor) 



• IIM\n CRAWFORD Shreveport; Industrial Art- Ed funk* 

Class Vice-Presidenl • LINDA CRAWFORD Shn 

...1 rechnolog) • C Willi CREEI 11 Shi I • Ml Wl 

PR \ I HER CROSBY W ,!• rpn oi Horw I nom 

Phi Kappa Phi; A\\ S IX'im Oi' 

selor; 1 ]<>.>r Rep 



• l)\\ II) ( ROTHI RS Haynesi ! \ 

Club • I \\ Al \l < ROI I II All i u 
lion Circle k. Vice-Presidenl s \M I: 

rtainmenl Committee Chairman Wl s 
Who • Ml \ I \ I'll I I \ (hi Ml II ivnesvilV M 

Purple 1. 1« kets Phi k... 

Delta • k Mil N NELL Cl'NY. V 
Phi Kappa Phi; \ s < < horali « hand* 



• PATRK I V ( MHI RT. N -h .s 1 rrnch Phi 

• ROBI R I I YPHI RT. I 
Circle k Board <<t Directors I I \ Who's A\'h 
Chairman Sicm.i Tau Camma; -n • II nm li DARNELI 
Plain Dealing; Commercial \rt • \WI DAVID 
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• LORETTA LACHLE DAVID, Bossier City; Zoology 222. 

• ROBERT M. DAVID, Breaux Bridge. • MARY ELLEN DAVIS, 
Lecompte; Speech; Davis Players. • PATRICIA LYN DAVIS, 
Natchitoches; Home Economics; Alpha Chi; Omega Rho Alpha; 
Dorm Council: Freshman Counselor. 



• SHARLEE DAMS. Negreetj Accounting. • SHERRY DAVIS, 
Shreveport; Business Ed. • CATHERINE DAVY, Opelousas. 

• SUE DEARMAN, Natchitoches. 



• JOHN C. DEBLIEUX, Natchitoches; Industrial Arts; ROTC. 

• ROY DEBLIEUX, Natchitoches; KA. • DONIS DELEE, Baton 
Rouge; Nursing. • DELILIAH DOSHIER, Jena; Social Science 
Education 



• LORETTA DEWIL, Florien; Home Economics Ed.; Euthenics 
Club; SLTA. • FELTON DICKSON, Campti; Business Adminis- 
tration; Pi Omega Pi. • LINDA DILLAHUNTY, DeQueen, Ar- 
kansas. • DWAYNE D. DIXON, Denham Springs; Zoology; Beta 
Beta Beta. 



• GAIL DOOLEY, Bossier City; Journalism; "Journalist of To- 
morrow"; Current Sauce; Editor of 1969 Potpourri; Most Valu- 
able Staff Member of 1968 Potpourri; Alpha Beta Alpha; Senior 
Counselor, Staff Assistant. • EVERETT DOUBLEDAY, Shreve- 
port; Electronics; Black Knights; ROTC; Industrial Arts Club; 
AUSA. • SHARON ANN DOUGLAS, Alexandria; Nursing; LASN; 
NSNA; LASN Convention Delegate; Dorm Officer. • LOUIS J. 
DUET, JR., New Orleans; Pre-Law; SGA, Public Relations: 
ROTC; Black Knights, Drill Team & Commander; AUSA; High 
School Relations Committee Chairman; Spanish Club; Debate 
Club; Radio Club; Karata Club; Monitor. 



• MARSHA PAULINE DUFRENE, Grand Isle; Upper Elemen- 
tary Ed.; BSU, Council; Kappa Delta Pi; SLTA. • ELIZABETH 
DUGGAN, Starks; Primary Ed.; SLTA; BSU, Executive Council, 
Sop. Counselor. • FRED O. DUNHAM, New Orleans; Wildlife 
Management; BSU, Executive Council. • LINDA DUPREE, 
Goldonna; English Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi. 



• ROY S. DUPREE, Goldonna; Upper Elementary Ed. • DAVID 
DUREN, Elizabeth; Social Science. • DONALD S. DURHAM, 
Shreveport; Accounting; Football; N Club, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Blue Key; Who's Who; ROTC; AMS Rep.; Pi Kappa Phi Nat. 
Honor Soc; Beta Gamma Psi Accounting Honor Soc. • JON 
DURIO, Forest Hill; Electronics; Industrial Arts Club. 



• LINDA DURRETT, Hornbeck; Nursing; LASN; NSNA; BSU. 

• DAVID CALLAHN, Thibodaux; Electronics; Industrial Tech- 
nology Club; Church Council. • JOHN EBLE, New Orleans; 
Zoology; Beta Beta Beta. • KATHLEEN EDDLEMON, Leesville; 
Accounting; Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Gamma Psi; Purple 
Jackets; Who's Who; Treasurer Sigma Kappa; ZK. 



• LEILA EDDY, Mandeville; Business Administration; 2K. 

• MAXON J. EDGECOMBE, Buras; Elementary Ed. • JO ANN 
EDWARDS, Baton Rouge; Speech & Hearing Therapy; SLTA; 
ASA. • WILLIAM A. EDWARDS, Great Falls, Virginia; Business 
Administration; Entertainment Committee; K2. 



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'•'• ho W lio Pi O . | ) \\\ % 

I HKI I I l rt \;i.,. . \|\li( |\ | LKINS 

II \l \.<is,i\ Women'i 5 I • [WOMAS \> \ \ kins i 
Emm tronii -. I I ( lub s 



• I Wll s |()||\ ll.l.ioi i si 

■ publii .ins (I, it, \ . \| vi'.\ |\ 

ETHRIDC1 Church Point • SUZANM EVANS. Nal l 

Band Little sist.rs ,,| s ( . ir lN Lamp . \\ \\\\ EVER! II 
Uexandria I ncli-.li A Librar) s • ppa Phi 



• I Wll S II I UK IK Salin Vgrl I. SCA Ri 

• s\\l)K\ FAIRCHILD K, | ( It) ||,„:. I 

Euthenks ( tub SLTA • ODIS C FAUS1 Man) Ph) 
Basketball; N Club • OSi \K FEBRES Luna Ml. 



• fHOMAS (• FERCUSON New Orleai 

Interfraternit) C ml. President, lYeaiuiei Beta E 

\( 5, Student affiliate SCA I Irde k who's u 
Phi, President, Pledge [Vainer; Rush Chairman 1 1 k -t • ( \v 
l>\< I i> FLOURNOI WinnBeld; ZZ1 • PATRICIA FONTE- 
NOT, \ill, Platte • n\\ l OR1 I I. . 



• SARAH MADALYN FORI I ViDe Platte; Primarj Ed • I ON 
N " FOUTS Shreveport; Business tdministrabou • K\K1 
|0 SOMERVELL FOWLER, Keanei • KILL M FOWl 1 i 
l.i tit .t . Agri-Business; Blue K<> Monitor; Demetei ( lub 
Circle K SCA, Freshman Men'i Rep., Sop PreaidenJ \ 
dent; Student Union Governing Board; Newman Cub, ' 
lent 



• CAROL] FOX Shreveport; English • CHARLES D FOX 
Winnfield • DA\ id \| i RJ \< II NatcnJtoch. 

• rwill t FROST, Shreveport M i Economics Ed; Euth 
Qub; Rodeo Chib; 2K. 



• I ON Nil k. W CAMMII L, Shreveport; Busmeaa Administration 

• |oll\ CH \< i \ New Orleam Pohbca] Soia 

President; Kappa Upha Par k\ • mm \ GARDINER 
Opelousas; Distributive Ed • PATRICIA \\\ GARNER 
Orleans English; Newman Club. 



• PECC1 W\ GARNER Shreveport; Uppei Elementar) 

• ll Willi; r.ARRI i Houma; \m 1,1 • WM LARR\ 
GAR1 I I Haynesville Biimik-v, Aclmiimtral • PATT1 
CI i >l.< I Springhill; I SLTA; < 



• DIANE CILBER1 Natchitoches Phi Kappa Ph • Delta 

PI; 1987 Homecoming Court £22 • (Willi I l GIORDANO 

ndria; Business administration • I \ I s 1 ! McKNICHT < 
D(>\ Natt hito ht s. • CI ORCII CH \< ll Natchil 
a Hearing rherap) Demonettea D • tlw 

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• GERALDINE DICKERSON CHANT West Monroe; Upper 
Elementary Ed.; Phi Kappa Phi. • LUCINDA LOUISE GRANT, 
Belle Chasse; Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Newman Civil). 

• PETER CRAY. Marthaville; Health & Physical Ed.; Basketball; 
N Club. • VIRGINIA ANNE CRAY, Shreveport; Psychology & 
Sociology; Psychology Club; VIA. 



• JAMES L. GREEN, Bossier City; Instrumental Music Ed.; 
Baud; Orchestra; Assistant Drum Major; Squad Leader; Brass 
Ensemble; Cross Country Track Team; Phi Mu Alpha; Sinfonia 
Music Fraternity; Kappa Delta Pi; ROTC; Commander of Drum & 
Bugle Corp. 'MARGARET GREENE, Leesville; Primary Ed. 

• CHARLOTTE CREMILLION, Plauchevillc; Home Economics 
Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; Euthenics Club; Purple Jackets. • PEGGY 
GRIGG, Baton Rouge; Home Economics; Euthenics Club. 



• TERESA CRICSBY, Ruston; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. • MICH- 
AEL CROTZIN'CER, Bossier City; Nursing; NSNA; LASN; 
Neptune Club. • JOSEPH WINSTON CUILLORY, Ville Platte. 

• KENNETH GURNEY, Zachary. 



• HUGH KIRBY GUY, Glenmora; Social Science. • GAYLE 
HAIGHT, Natchitoches; Home Economics Ed.; BSU, Sop. Execu- 
tive Council; Euthenics Club; Sop. Counselor. • BETTY IANE 
HAIRE. Bossier City. • SUZY HAMES, Baton Rouge; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Davis Players. 



• JENNIFER JONES HAMNER, Pride; Home Economics Ed.; 
Euthenics Club; SLTA; AZ. • PAMELA HANKINS, Coushatta; 
Business Ed.; BSU, Freshman, Sophomore, Executive Councils; 
Demonettes; Purple Jackets; Pi Omega Pi, President; SLTA, Sec- 
retary; AWS Jr. J. D. Board Member; Dorm Adviser. • MERRY 
KATHERINE HANNTGAN, Logansport; Upper Elementary Ed.; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi. • RODNEY W. HAR- 
GRODER, Baton Rouge. 



• CLAY HARPER, Alexandria; Health & Physical Recreation; N 
Club; PEK; Football. • MYRA LYNN HARTWELL, DeOmncy; 
Home Economics; Euthenics Club. • LEONARD HARRIS, Alex- 
andria; Business Administration. • PATRICIA HATHORN, Pine- 
ville; Speech Ed.; Davis Players. 



• WILMA HATHORN, Lecompte; Home Economics Ed.; SLTA; 
Euthenics Club. • STEVEN HAYNIE, Reedville, Virginia; Phi 
Epsilon Kappa, Secretary, Vice-President; Basketball; Tennis. 

• CAROLYN HAZELTINE, Morgan City; Nursing; NSNA; 
LASN. • PAMELA HEBERT, Lafayette. 



• RITA HEDGES, Natchitoches; Nursing; LASN; NSNA. 

• GEORCEAN HENDERSON, Ferriday; Nursing; LASN. 

• ROBERT D. HERRMANN, Gilmer, Texas; Physical Ed.; 
Gymnastic Team; PEK; KA Historian; KA. • JUDY HILBURN, 
Church Point; Home Economics. 



• RENEE HILTON, Alexandria. • KATHLEEN HINTON, 
Natchitoches; Home Economics; Alpha SiRina Alpha Rush Chair- 
man; AlA. • NORMA ANNETTE HINTON, Shreveport. 

• STEVEN C. HITT, Shreveport; Phi Mu Alpha. 




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• < HARLOI II Unix. | M rfiah Ml 

VBA • \! ARCH HOI I / Baton I 

"I It ( laa Dorm Officei • LINDA HOLLIN 

""I' t» il Presick nl I). I. •„■ iti \\\ 5i 

Coum il |r Rep to I I) Board Pun; 

- - K • DENNIS Rl 
HOLJ ' >\\ i | i 5| Busineai Administral 



• II I I) HOLLOW] II. SI • Industrial l. 

tronici ROT1 M S \ II I tub • LOI Is HOLMI - I 
City; I tectronia Hum \\ i | UD . \\ \^ \| HORN 
< It) < li. mistry; Blue K- ) Monitor Wh 
\ h i -President; PbJ Kappa Phi Phi I 

Beta Beta Beta, Presided • CHARLES C HORTON 
Worth [\ 



• Mil I I \ HOSKINS Oakdale Uppa Elem SI I \ 

*WS • MARILYN \\\IK)l<.ll Saline Kmdergartei 
buy Ed BS1 SLTA • ROS1 M \i;il HI I 
Primal) Ed Alpha Lambda Delta Pui 

I'Im • NANCT I HUDSON Pensacola, Florida Engbah & 
History; I In Upha Theta Honorar) Histor) Fraternit) 



• II lilil \\ III (.111 S Pinevilfc Social S 

SLTA; BSl • LEROl III SSER Franldinton Choir; Sigma U- 
pli.. Iota Fraternit) • \l \IU ELIZABETH Ml llos PineviOe 

• ROBERT S IHU l\ DeRidder 



• rHOMAS IVEY, Sieper; Electronics • ROBERT RA1 [ACK- 
SON, Shrevepon English; \H\ SLTA, Vice-Presidenl I- 
N Chib • RANDALL II I \< KSON N it hitocha Bi 
Administration; ROTC MJSA • JACQUELYN I \M III 

.imln.i. Spec* li I'd 



• |l\t\n I II [ARRELL, Clenmora; Math • SUSAN GAYLE 
[ARRETT Shreveport; Elementar) Ed (.ranu (hi Sigma 

l nh « .1 Hawaii • l)\\ II) I! \\l Colfax; Antl 

• l\ I HI l il \\i i ecsviOi ll ii. 1 con mfca Ed . 
Counselor 



• PATRK I \ M\Hil II tNSONNI 

Kappa I). It.i i ounsdor; SI I \ Staff Assistant • I RET- 

l\ \W IOHNSON Leesville; Business Administa I 

• DWIGH1 I) IOHNSON Union Hill • HARRIS |OHNSON 
JH. Cloutierville; Sodolog) i\ hi linistrarJca; TKK 



• I l\l>\ l IOHNSON Clenmora; Home 1 ; then- 

la Club, [Yeasurei Phi Kappa PbJ • I oris B IOHNSON 
Clenmora, Agriculture • |OSEPH FREDERICK |ONAS - I 
land, Maryland; Instrumental Mush Ed Phi Mu Up! 
Orchestra • HI \ O H»\l S ( oushatta 



• MX \l I I \ |o\l s Shn ..,- n / 

hsi . ROBE I v I K |ONI S Shn ■ , • \ • • k M II 

RYN ZELLER JOSEPHSON Shreveport • WAYNE JOWI 

< n(.it\ Ed H.im kill I nn 

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• LYNN JUBAN, Baton Rouge; AMS Rep.; I.F.C.; Circle K; 
Kappa Alpha Sergeant-at-Anns; KA. • DIAN ELAINE KANAP- 
KEY, Shreveport; Psychology; Psychology Club, Secretary Psi 
Chi. • KAREN E. KARISNY, Tioga; Art Ed.; AWS, Publicity 
Chairman; State Fair Court; Student Union Fine Arts Committee 
Chairman; Spirit Committee; Winter Ball Court. • CHRIS 
KEELER, Abbeville; Speech Ed.; Debate; Sop. Counselor; Staff 
Assist ant; Davis Players, Secretary. 



• MARIE KELLEY, Shreveport; Nursing; LASN; NASN- Sr 
Counselor. • RITA BETH KEMP, Natchitoches. • ELAINE 
KENNEY, Shreveport; Math; Band. • ROBERT KERR, Shreve- 
port; Music Theory & Composition; Phi Mu Alpha; BSU;' Chorale. 



• DAVID KEYS, Shereveport; Accounting; Beta Gamma Psi. 

• DEAN B. KILMER, Morgan City; AMS. • JAMES ARNOLD 
KIMBALL, Natchitoches; Distributive & Business Ed.; National 
Business Ed. Association. • PATRICIA ROXANNE KIMBALL, 
Bossier City; Nursing; LASN; AWS; Sop. Counselor; NSNA; 
Honor Roll. 



• STEPHEN L. KIMSEY, Fort Smith, Arkansas. • MALCOLM 
F. KIRSOP; Shreveport; Geography; AUSA; Black Knights; AMS, 
Rep. • JOHN O. KITE, Shreveport; Music; Phi Mu Alpha. 

• MARCIA KITE, Shreveport; SAL 



• CYNTHIA KITTLER, Shreveport; Pre-Med & Zoology; Choir; 
Campus Girl Scouts, President. • CHARLES RAY KNIGHTEN, 
Ville Platte, Music. • ROBERT EDWIN KOCK, Pollock; Elec- 
tronics Technology; I. E. Club. • CAROL KOHOUT, Shreveport; 
Sociology & Psychology. 



• RHONDA LACOUR, Lena, Spanish; Chorus; Chorale; Mad- 
rigal Group; Spanish Club, President; Kappa Delta Pi. • STE- 
PHEN O. LACOUR, Baton Rouge. • SHELBY LACROIX, Alex- 
andria; SAM. • ALLEN LAMBARD, Pineville; Industrial Arts; 
ROTC; I.E. Club. 



• GLADYS LAMBERT, Innis; Business Education; Pi Omega 
Pi, President. • JANICE BOLTON LANCASTER, Cotton Valley; 
Primary Ed.; Wesley Foundation; SLTA; Dorm Officer. • BAR- 
BARA LANDRUM, New Orleans; Primary Ed.; SLTA; Sr. 
Counselor. • PATRICIA LAPRAIRIE, Pineville. 



• BRENDA GALE LAURET, Winnfield; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. 

• DONNA LAVINE, Oil City. • DAVID LAW, Florien; Zo- 
ology. • RACHEL LAW, Florien; Primary Ed.; Sop. Counselor; 
Sr. Counselor; Staff Assistant; SLTA. 



• PATRICK C. LEBLANC, Delcambre; Health, Physical Ed. & 
Recreation, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Historian. • SHELIA LEBLEU, 
Jennings; Nursing. • ROGERS ADAM LEDOUX, Eunice. 

• HOWARD LEE, Oil City; PEK; Baseball Manager; Choir. 




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• I l\l)\ ill Nati hito hes; k 

• Kl( II Md) III New i )i 

• WAYN1 III II ,,.■ ll. ,1th 

( I1..1.1I. • I l\ s I.I I I II V. 



• M \l< \HI I I.I II 1 Nl 

SL1 \ Student Union Entertainment Committei 

• EVA M LEWIS Fob iccountintj • [0 W\ LEWIS 

Abbeville • M \m W\ \ 1 IN RTO, Nev. Oi 



•m\DH\k\^ UBERTO Shreveporl • MADELINE UEI 
Natchitoches; Library Science Upha Beta Upba Band SLTA 
• II \\\l LICCIN, it- mia N 1 iiuj BS1 . Si 
LASN • Nl I l)\ I ill I S NatcbJtochei Upj • 
Ed . Kappi Delta PI SL1 \ 



• BEVERLY NOWELL LITTON DeQuinc) • SHARON LIV- 
INGSTON Lake Charles Math; Stall Vssistant • ROS1 \l I 
LONG, Leesvilk Frew I. • M IR I II \ LOTT, <•!• 
Economics Id 



PHYLLIS LOV1 Winnfield Health Physkal Ed PI M \ 
Women's Sports • < IROLYN LOVELL Bosaiei Citj 
i\ II. .nine rherap) • CRAIC LOVEL1 Boaster City; Electi 
• CHERRY LOVITT, Sulphur; Health ,\ Physical Ed PEM 
Sr ( Counselor 



• I I DRJ ni LOW1 Minden; Industrial trts I I ' 

• I Wis LOW] Haynesville; Distributivi Buaina 

m. in Associate; s<>p Women's Rep |i Women's Rep SCA 
buy; Who's Who; President oi Panhelleniq Pi Onega PI; 
ROTC sponsor. Majorette; Wesfej Foundation; K.\ 1 
1 t; Tri-S na'i Keepei oi Grades; -i- • HARRIE1 LOW- 
Kin. Monroe • I HI Hlti\ LUSH, Franklin 



• uiu.iwi McCARTNEl oil... Vgri-Busineai • l.\\\ 
RENO k McCOLLUM. Minden; Government SCA Freak 

Rep., Parliamentarian; (lint Judge, Entertainment (omi 

Speaker Forum; Wis Bhie k. \ • MAR1 McCORKl I ( unpti; 
Social Studies Ed SI l\ rown iWS • k\lin McCOWN 
Shreveporl Uppei Elementar) Ed s| | \ 



• III -A in U\m McCULLEN Springhill; Nursing; 1 \s\ 
Wis s ( .\ Freshman lest.* DEBORAH LYNN 

McCULLER B ssier ( >t\ Vocal Ed Sigma Alpha lot 
dent; Ml Dean's tward; Chorale • < ■ \m Md < \l I 
Psycholog) • losl in McDANIEl I h ..Utl.. Industi 

nolog) II ( 'lull. 



• (IIMUollll McDEARMONl Shreveporl • HKIlvnn 
M< ELHATTEN Shn vep rt KA • t ll \M ES C McELWEl 

Ix * ZooloBJ) !»• • •• ■ • I WD) I \\ 11 si)\ \| 

ELWEE, JR., Natchito 
Beta H' i.i H« t.i 



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• BARBARA McINNIS, Lake Charles; Social Science Ed. 

• MARGARET McKAY, Minot, North Dakota; Primary Ed.; Sr. 
Counselor; SLTA. • BOH W. McLAMORE, Natchitoches; 2TT. 

• THOMAS MICHAEL McNICOLL, Glenmora. 



• CiLORIA McQUILLIN, Shreveport; Physical Ed.; SLTA; Var- 
sitv Volleyball & Badmitton. • BARBARA ANN MAGEE, Frank- 
linton. • ANITA MAHAFFEY, Shreveport; Nursing; LASN. 

• fENNIE MALLEY, Many. 



• BRENDA KAYE MALONE, DeRidder; Primary Ed.; SLTA; 
1966 Homecoming Court \- Track Court. • JOHNNY MANNING, 
Natchitoches; Business Administration; Student Entertainment 
Committee; SAM; Interfraternity Football, Basketball, Track -Tl. 

• IVA NELL MARSHALL, Benson; Home Economics; Euthen- 
ics Club. • ALY'IN B. MARSON, Watson; Social Sciences. 



• WILL A. MARSTON, Cousharta; Health, Physical Ed. & Rec- 
reation; K2. • DONNA ELIZABETH MARTIN, Many; Primary 
Elementary Ed.; SLTA. • ELAINE MARTIN, Benton; Upper 
Elementary Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; SLTA; SR. Counselor. • LEON 
W. MARTIN, Glenmora. 



• RICHARD B. MARTIN, Bogalusa; Health, Physical Ed. & 
Recreation; Phi Epsilon Kappa; BSU, Executive Council; Nep- 
tune Club, Vice-President. • BOBBY MASTERS, Florien; In- 
dustrial Arts; Basketball. • SANDRA SLACK MATTHEWS, 
Cotton Valley; Library Science; Alpha Beta Alpha. • SCOTTY 
MAXWELL, Shreveport; Business Administration; SGA; Presi- 
dent Louisiana SGA; AMS; Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council; Circle K; Blue Key; Who's Who; K-. 



DONALD MAYEAUX, 



Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. 



Natchitoches; Math; Blut 
» RONALD MAYEAUX, 



Key; Phi Eta 
Natchitoches; 

Math; Phi Eta Sigma; Blue Key; Phi Kappa Phi. • THOMAS M. 

MEACHUM, Ringgold; Science Ed.; BSU; Potpourri. • DONALD 

MEDICA, Alexandria Accounting. 



FOY W. MELDER, JR.; Glenmora; Sociology. • FRANCIS 
MEDLER, Jena; Speech & Hearing Therapy & Upper Elementary 
Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; SLTA. • BILLIE MERCHANT, Psychol- 
ogy; Psychology Club, Secretary; Psi Chi. • WAYNE MER- 
CHANT, Psychology; Psychology Club, Treasurer; Psi Chi. 



• SIDNEY MESSINA, Shreveport. • BARBARA L. MICHIELS, 
Pineville. • CHARLES T. MILITELLO, Buffalo, New York; 
Business Administration; Budget & Election Board Committee; 
Intramurals; K^. • FRANCES MILLER, Robeline; Primary Ed. 



• LORRIE MILLER, Shreveport; SAL • MIKE MILLER, Ne- 
greet; Zoology. • RODNEY MILLER, Woodbridge, Virginia; 
Electronics. • SARAH BARRETT MILLS, Bossier City; Nursing; 
LASN; NSNA; AWS; Honor Roll; Nu Sigma Phi. 




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• Do\ \ll\is ■ • CALLIE LI KSU 

MISTER 

man Dorm I t; I ^SN \^\ • MARTHA MINVII 

illt Hom Economk I ■! . •' II 
1987 State l afa I • i • ■ i • 

Bossier, i I • >1 1 1 1 1 .il S 

I lent 



. l)o\ \l I) i;i< ll \i.D MOl n.l Sh 

Simpson - • S \M)H V MOOR! Bui • • >B1 R I L 

MOORINC Shreveporl History Black K 

\i S \ 



• MloM \s | MOR \l I s Kei n !!• iltl 
PBK; k\ • EDMOND MORELAND NatchUn 
Science • H>II\M M)\ MORGAN I / 

• PATRIKA L MORGAN Saline Void Phi Kappa Pb 
Alpha l<>t. i Alpha Lambda Delta 



• |<> \\M <.\skl\s MORRISON, Pineville; English • < IRL 
(. MORROW Leesvilk Sodologj Wh Spanish Chib • M.I 
l\ Moss Leesville • [ANNIE Moss Campttj Upper 

I net it .11 N I (1 



• SHARYN1 MOUSER, Shreveporl Nursing LSNA NSNA 
Parliamentarian • Mlkl \ MURRA) Pleasant Hill Animal 
Science • SUSAN L MURRELL Port Sulphur • WILLIAM 
I. MYERS Opelousai 



• WAYLAN ROSS NATTIN [R Bratfer Qty; Distribute 
Pi Omega PI • I \\l( I \G\ \l < K, Mansura H i 

Kappa Delta Pi; Euthenia I lub • I LOYD I) Ml I 
Zwolle; Igricultun • PAU1 EDWARD NICKELS Sh 
Industrial \>t- Ed . I I < tub 



• Ml \\ NICHOLS Shreveporl \ inting Beta Camtna Pal, 

lent • |l 1)1 \K kl \s Baton R< i Nursing NSN \ 
I \s\ . hom rt C NIDA, Pinevilk l 
Phi Kt.i Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; I'm < hi Sr. M 
- i r • k Mil \ \ui | Miami Bt ich, Florida IS \ 



• I l\n\ \oiin Natchitoches Math; Town IWS SI 

• LYNN \oi I k Will R Mapkrwood II 

retarial administration; Band; Iwirlrt • BRYAN B NORWOOD 
|R M imfield Zoolog) Beta Beta Bet • VINCENT O 
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• DANE G. PENNY, Baton Rouge; Interior Design. • 1RBY L. 
PERKINS, JR., Leesville: Economics. • CAROLYN PEYTON', 
( '.istor; Business Ed.; Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi Omega Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi. • HUGH PHILLIPS, Natchitoches; Psychology; 
Psychology Club; Choir. 



• JANE PHILLIPS, Jena; Home Economics. • MAYETTA JEAN 
PHILLIPS. Shreveport; Nursing; LASN; NSNA. • RONNIE L. 
PHILLIPS. Vinton; Upper Elementary Ed. • RICARDO PLATT, 
Puerto Cavello, Venezuela. 



• SANDRA HELMS PLATT, Natchitoches; Zoology; Alpha 
Sigma Alpha Treasurer; Beta Beta Beta; A2A. • JEANETTE 
PONS, Kisatchie, Music (Piano); Sigma Alpha Iota; Chorale. 

• JOHN W. PORCHE, Franklin; Health Safety & Physical Ed.; 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; N Club; Varsity Athletic Trainer; AMS Rep. 

• BALTASAR PORTILLO, San Salvador, El Salvador; Agricul- 
ture Bus.; SAM. 



• KATHRYN D. POSEY, Mansfield; Primary Ed.; Sop. Counse- 
lor; Sr. Counselor; SLTA. • MICHAEL WILLIAM POUSSON, 
Alexandria. • CHARLES W. POWELL, Shreveport; Industrial 
Arts Ed.; Gamma Delta Iota. • EDWIN B. POWELL, Shreve- 
port; Social Science; ROTC; AUSA. 



• LYNWOOD R. POWELL, Natchitoches; Industrial Ed. & 
Electronics; Pi Eta Sigma; I. E. Club; Iota Lambda Sigma. 

• STEPHEN W. PRIME, JR., Bossier City; History; Phi Alpha 
Theta, Vice-President; AMS, Sop.. Jr., Sr., Rep., Secretary; SLTA; 
Newman Club; Music & Film Committee Chairman; Phi Kappa 
Phi. • VIRGINIA MERLE PROCELL, Noble; Business Ed.; Pi 
Omega Pi. • MARGARET ANN PURCELL, Bossier City; Busi- 
ness Ed.; Pi Omega Pi; SLTA. 



• BEATBICE JANE PURGLEY, Port Sulphur; Nursing; NSNA; 
LASN. • IVAN QUINTERO, Panama; Agronomy. • CHARLES 
RABALAIS, Powhatan; Upper Elementary Ed.; KA. . JOAN 
RABALAIS, Cottonport; French; SLTA; Sr. Counselor. 



• JANET RAINS, Bossier City; Secretarial Administration; Senior 
Counselor; Floor Representative. • NELDA JEAN RAINS, Mans- 
field; Social Science Ed. • J. BENTLEY RAMBIN, Pelican; 
Health & Physical Ed.; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer. • JOHN 
M. RAMBIN, Pelican. 



• CLEN RAY RAMSEY, Castor; Social Science Ed. • JEANNIE 
RAMSEY, Logansport; Business Ed.; Majorett; Pi Omega Pi; 
SLTA. • LARRY E. RAMSEY, Mansfield; Math. • NORA RED- 
MOND, Alexandria; Home Economics; Euthenics Club; Neptune 
Club. 



• JANIE L. REID, Baton Rouge. • MICHAEL RESTOVICH, 

Shreveport; Psychology & Sociology; Psychology Club, Vice- 
President; Psi Chi; Kappa Alpha Corresponding Secretary; KA. 

• SHERYL RESWEBER, St. Martinville. • LORENE SINGLE- 
TARY RICHARD, Jennings. 




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Shreveport; Nursing; LASN NSNA • PATTY1 ROBINSON 
Bossier ( >t\ Business Ed VWS, s r Rep on ID Board D 
Office] Student l nion Entertainment Committee; Who' Who 
Sr Counseloi President Delta Zeta M • WENDELL \ I 
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• RAYMOND RODCERS Shreveport Debate; D..^: 

Pi Kappa Delta; Outstanding 1967-68 Debater; KA • H\Hl 
ROHRBI < K, Fullerton; NSN \ LASN Rq I 

• JOSEPH RONDI U Natchitoches; Industrial \re> Ed I I 
Chib; SLTA "SHIRLEY ROQUEMORI Natchftochei 



• ( Mill HIM i ROS1 Baton Rougi • DWIII. ROS1 
Baton Rouge; Elec tr o n ics • |l D^ ROSE, Sh r eveport; 
Secr e tary, Se t Counselor • vi it'll \ l 1 l ROSE Shreveport 



• \l \lu Hoss Shreveport; ll<>m< Economics I'd . Kappa Delta 
PI; Demonettes ai . h\HHK\ ROUNDTRE1 LeeaviOe; 
Chemistrj • OTIS I ROUNDTRE1 IK Catetvilk \.wth 
Carolina; Electronici I I dub • MARTHA VICTORIA 
How I l.l Shreveport; Primar) Ed.; Upha Lambda Delta; 
sl.i \ Kappa Dj It.. Pi 



• DEBBIE Kimil \ Shreveport; Prim SLTA IX>nn 

Rep.; Rodeo Chib \us • CHARLOTTJ P RUFFIN N 

itoches; s log) . GLORIA K Ml RUSHING, 00 

I uthenics Club • PHI I I IS In W 1 ffie I 

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• I I Kin RO^ mi WD no«.i Electn Math; 1.1 Chib; 

Rifle ream. Monitor Cap • I Ho\i \s u SANDEFU1 11 
rille • Dom i s s \\i)| rs SI • ' \Ki VI 

s\\Dl hs Baton Rouge; Nursing; Phi Kappa PbJ I NSNA 



• STEPHEN SANCSTEI I Massachusetts • LYDIA 

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Seniors 



• DAN SCARBOROUGH, Shreveport; Business Administration; 
Sigma Chi. • DAVID 1 SCHANZ, JR.; Vinton; Animal Science; 
Demeter; Rodeo Club. • JOSEPH W. SCHELETTE, Flora; Ac- 
counting; Beta Gamma I'm; Phi Kappa Phi. • RONNIE SCHIL- 
LING, Fredericksburg, Texas. 



• LINDSEY SCHLECEL, Bossier City. • JOHN SCHMIDT, 
Shreveport; Industrial Technology; I.E. Club'. • WILLIAM E. 
SCHWARTZ, Shreveport; Sociology; IFC, President; Spirit Com- 
mittee; AUSA; Monitor; Potpourri; President Sigma Tau Gamma; 
2TT. • MARVIN SCHWARTZENBURG, Opelousas; Business 
Administration; KA. 



• CHABLOTTE SCOTT, Sardis, Mississippi. • GERALDINE 
SCOTT, Forest Hill; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. • MYBNA KAYE 
SEAL, Bogalusa; Nursing; Phi Kappa Phi; LASN; NSNA. 

• SHARON SEWARD, Shreveport; Secretarial Adminstration. 



• HAL H. SHACKELFOBD, Baton Rouge; KA. • WILLIAM 
SHACKELFORD, Vinton. • SANDRA SHADDOCK, Leesville; 
English Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; ABA; Band; Sop. Counselor; Staff 
Assistant. • ALENE SHARP, Alexandria. 



• SHERBY SHAUB, Haughton; Upper Elementary Ed.; Dorm 
Publicity Chairman; Sop. Counselor; AWS Publicity Chairman; 
Delta Zeta Historian & Lamp Editor; A/.. • JOHN BAKEB 
SHEFFER, Hanover, Penn.; Industrial Technology Electronics; 
Demon Divers. • PATBICIA ANN SHEFFIELD, Alexandria; 
Psychology & Sociology; Psychology Club. • GLYNN SHELTON, 
Winnfield; Sociology. 



• JEBBY SHEPPABD, Bossier City. • BLANCHE GABB SIB- 
LEY, Baton Rouge. • GARY SILVEY, Russellville, Kentucky; 
Health & Physical Ed.; PEK. • EDDIE SIMMONS, Dry Prong; 
English Ed.; Band; Chorale; Radio Club; BSU, Sop. & Execu- 
tive Councils. 



• LARRY J. SIMPSON, Shreveport. • JEANE SKERRETT, La- 
fayette; Home Economics. • CHARLES SKINNER, El Dorado, 
Ark.; SGA, Jr. President; Current Sauce editor; BSU, Fresh., 
Sop. Council, Executive Council, Devotional Chairman; Blue Key; 
STr. • BABBARA SLACK, SpringhiU; Sociology; Phi Kappa 
Phi; SK. 



• EUNICE SLATER, DeRidder, Sociology. • PATRICIA B. SLA- 
VEN, Mt. Hermon; Nursing; LASN; NSNA. • LOVD D. 
SLEDGE, Coushatta; Upper Elementary Ed.; SLTA; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key. • BRADFORD SMITH, De- 
Bidder; Math. 



• BRENDA SMITH, Florien; Nursing; LASN; NSNA. • DA- 
PHANA SMITH, Robeline; Home Economics; AWS, President 
& Recording Secretary; SGA, Freshman Associate; Purple Jack- 
ets; Demmonettes; Cheerleader; Winter Ball Queen; Sop. Coun- 
selor. • DAVID SMITH, Bossier City; Health & Physical Ed.; 
Who's Who; Football; Baseball; N Club, President; President 
of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Phi Epsilon Kappa; 
1967 Defensive Back Award. • JUANITA SMITH, Bossier City; 
Sociology. 








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Wis s,, ,, i ,,\ \. wrnuui Club • DOUGLAS SPEARS I 
I "" i • BARBARA LEE STA EEC 

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Club • MK II \l I s|| PHI \s ( ,\ | pcvill 

Black Knights Weslcj Foundal • IM)H()llh s||\|\ s 

Shreveport; Sodolog) • MABIANN sin\\ ( .i Centa I 

S.u i.il Studies. AHA. 



• DOUG SULLIVAN Leesville; Mum. Phi Mu Upha Sfnl 
Band; Orchestra; Brass Ensemble Chorus • Kl< II MU) \\ - 
I l\ \V ( otton Valte) Zoology; Beta Beta Beta • II RR1 SUM- 
MI HI l\. Bossier City; Ceologj Geological Societ) !)• 
Divers • HAHH\H \ fACKETT, Mam 



• II Hin I Mill Zacharj Nursing • H>H\\\\ l \\\l 
llll. I Many; Uppei Elementar) Ed • RONNII C rAYl 
Converse; Business administration • CHERYL MW I I HHV. 
Shreveport; Primarj Ed.; Kappa D.lt.t Pi, Purple- Jackt-i 
i\ 87 st.it. I .in Court; 1967 <s 68 si^m., ["au {..mu 
\\ ho; President 1). Ita Zeta; s/.. 



• s^l.\l\ rHICPIN MandeviUe • |AMES \ IIK>M\s 
II -i.-smIIi-. Industrial \rts | | Club • SANDRA IHOMASON 
Pitkin; Primary Ed • EDWARD II rHOMPSON 
Florida; |oumalism; ( urn ni Saua Future J mi 

rnu. Phi Rho l'i. Del iti ream I . Writei - 
Foundation. 



• M \\l III I IK IIWsM Shreveport 1 • DON 

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• DANNY BOB TURNER, Shreveport; Physical Ed.; Blue Key, 
Vice President; PEK; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Intrammura] Coordi- 
nator, BSU, Executive Council. Men's Spiritual Chairman; SLTA; 
Baseball; All CSC Third Baseman 1967 & 68, Little All-American 
Has, hall 1967; Who's Who; Football; Monitor; SGA Faculty- 
Student Relations Committee; Honor Roll; Outstanding Male 
Physical Educator L967 cV 68; American Assoc, of Health, Physi- 
cal' Ed. & Rec; La. Assoc, of Health, Physical Ed. & Rec. • GARY 
D. TYLER. Springhill; Business Administration. • EULA D. 
URANKAR, Grand Chenier; Accounting tV Business Administra- 
tion. • CAROLYN L. VALENTINE, Alexandria; Secretarial Ad- 
ministration. 



• JUDY DIANNE VEULEMAN, Many. • DORIS WALKER, 

Natchitoches; Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi; Euthenics Club; 
BSU; AWS; Dorm Vice-President; Delta Zeta, Ed. Chairman, 
Scholarship Chairman; Scholarship Award 1967; AZ. • RONALD 
(.. WALKER. Shreveport; Business Administration; AMS Rep. 

• JAMES RAY WALLACE, Natchitoches; Geology Society. 



• VIRGINIA ANN WALLS, Hornbeck; Math. • WAYNE A. 
WARREN, Shreveport; Animal Science; Demeter, Secretary; Ro- 
deo Club. • NORMA WATERS, Lafayette; Business Ed.: Dorm 
Social Chairman; AWS. • SHIRLEY WEAVER, Oil City. 



• JACKIE WEBER. Baton Rouge; Nursing; NSNA; LASN; Stu- 
dent Body Secretary Baton Rouge Campus 1967-68. • J. STE- 
PHEN WEBER, Rapid City, South Dakota; Geology; Geo- 
logical Society; Gymnastics Team; K~. • SARAH BOYD WELLS, 
Natchitoches; Library Science; ABA, Par.; Canterbury Assoc. 

• REBECCA WERNER, Leesville. 



• CHARLENE WHEELER, New Orleans; Primary Ed.; SLTA; 
Staff Assistant; Dorm President; State Fair Court; Election 
Board. • GARY WADE WHITE, Flatwoods, Upper Elementary 
Ed. • MARILYN ELIZABETH WHITE, Bienville. • NANCY 
WHITEHURST, Converse; Home Economics; Purple Jackets; 
Phi Kappa Phi, AWS, Social Chairman; Dorm Officer; TKE 
Sweetheart. 



• ROGER LYNN WHITTINGTON, Bayou Chicot. • DAVID 
ALLEN WILLIAMS, Alexandria; iTT. • GARY WILLIAMSON, 
Lake Villa, Illinois; Upper Elementary Ed. • STUART V. WIL- 
LIAMS, Venice. 



• THOMAS C. WILLIAMS, Georgetown; Biology Ed.; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Beta Beta Beta. • VICKI WILLIAMS, Libuse; Busi- 
ness Ed.; Pi Omega Pi. • GAYLE WINFREE, Converse; Music 
(Piano). • KENNETH LARRY WILSON, Shreveport; Business 
Administration; SAM. 



• TOMMIE L. WINBURN, New Orleans; Industrial Electronics. 

• THOMAS R. WINN, Haynesville; Psychology; Psychology 
Club. CHERYL JEAN WOOD, Shreveport; Home Economics; 
Euthenics Club; Sigma Sigma, Jr. Panhellenic Delegate, Cor- 
respondence Secretary, President. • MICHAEL F. WOOD, Mor- 
gan City; Business Administration. 



• MICHAEL WOODRUFF, Shreveport; Electronics. • JIMMIE 
WOODS, Minden; Industrial Arts; I.E. Club; Football; Who's 
Who. • WILL EUGENE WOODS. Montgomery; Animal Sci- 
ence. • JULIA BIU'MLEY WOODWARD, Verda. 




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Vice-President LARRY GRACIE 

Secretary-Treasurer LYNDA HENDERSON 

Men's Representative STEPHEN RHODES 

Women's Representative PATSIE SLIFER 



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Slidell 


TRAVIS LYNN BOLTON 


Slagle 


JOHN BOXETTI 


New Britain, Conn. 


NANCY D. BONNETTE 


Winnfield 


JOHN BOOGAERTS 


Shreveport 


LINDA BOUDREAUX 


Oberlin 


MARY ELAINE BOUDREAUX 


Abbeville 


DANNY BOUTWELL 


Shreveport 


SHARON BOWDEX 


Shreveport 


PEGGY BOWLIN 


Shreveport 


RON. NY BOX 


Shreveport 


JACK BOYDSTUN, TR. 


Natchitoches 


VELMA BREAUX 


Raceland 


LACY (SKIP) BREEDEX 


Pride 


CAROL ANN BREWER 


Amandale, Virginia 


1 WICE KAYE BRIDGES 


Greensburg 


KAREN BRIGXAC 


Brittany 


VICKIE BRINKLEY 


Cotton Valley 


DAVID BRITT 


Saline 


DALE BROUILLETTE 


Cottonport 


IO AXX BROUSSARD 


Baton Rouge 


CHARLYN BROUSSARD 


Gueydan 


CHARLOTTE BROWN 


Leesville 


DOUGLAS V. BROWN 


Rockport, Mass. 


IERRY WAYNE' BROWN 


Springhill 


MARY CAROLYN BROW X 


Shreveport 


MEDA RHEA BROWN 


Hornbeck 


SAMMY K. BROWN 


Coushatta 


STEVE M. BROWX 


Natchitoches 


SUSAN BRUMFIELD, AZ 


Baton Rouge 


ELSIE BRYANT 


Natchitoches 


MARY BERXARD, AZ 


Natchitoches 


HENRY LEAN BURXS 


Shreveport 


GARRY BURSOX 


Shreveport 


MARCIA BUSS 


Orlando, Fla. 


BILL CALE 


Tyner, North Carolina 


GARY LYXN CAMPBELL 


Shongaloo 


SHELIA ANN CAMPBELL 


Cotton Valley 


JAMES CANSLER 


Olla 


NANCY CAPERTON 


Bossier City 


JULIE CARPENTER 


St. Landry 


LORA DEAN CARPENTER 


Natchitoches 


LOUIS CARPENTER 


Calvin 


JOAL RENEE CARROLL 


Florien 


JOHNNIE DAVID CARNLINE 


Robeline 


MAGGIE CART 


Crowley 


GLENDA SUE CARTER 


Bastrop 


LINDA KIT CARSON 


Haughton 


SAUNDRA CHANCE 


Hnmbeck 


VARAH CHINUKOSVONGS 


Bangkok, Thailand 


GARY X. CLAUSING 


Peotone, Illinois 


DIAXE CLEMENTS 


Shreveport 


GLYNDA CLOUD 


Mansfield 


LIXDA COILE 


Plain Dealing 


PHILLIP COLE 


Coushatta 


BECKY COLEMAX 


Shreveport 


STANLEY (BUDDY) COLVIN 


Alexandria 


CONNIE CONINE, AZ 


Natchitoches 


CANDACE ANX COODY 


Shreveport 


BETTY COOK 


Winnsboro 


SANDRA Sl'E COOK 


Shreveport 


SANDRA B. CORKERN 


Baton Rouge 


TOMMIE CORDOVA 


Ferriday 


JOHN M. COX 


S. Petersburg, Fla. 


ROBERT L. COX, JR. 


Cheneyville 







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E. PAULINE DUCOTE 
SH WON DUHON 
PAMELA ANN DUNN 
DIAN V DURBIN 
MICHAEL 1. DURRANT 
MON'TEZ DUPUY 



EVA JO EASO.N 

HJDY EBARB 

PATRICIA EICHELBERGER 

GARY LANE ELLIOTT 

MARIANNE EVANS 

RUSSELL EVAN'S, ITK* 

WILLIAM B. EVANS 
MARY EYMARD 
PATRICK G. EZERNACK 
VIRGIL EZERNACK 
MARTHA L. FAIRCLOTH 
STEPHEN! FARABEE 

HOWARD E. FARABOUGH 
J A NELL ANN FAWCETT 
GLORIA A. FENN 
IYADELL FENTON 
DANNY FERGUSON 
D. BARRY FISHER 



KAREN FITTS 

MARVIN FLETCHER 

S. ANGILEEN FLETCHER 

CONSTANCE FLOYD 

OLENDA FONTENOT 

HERMAN LEE FONTENOT 



BILLY G. FORBIS 
LARRY FONDHAM 
PARSY FORTSON 
ROBERT FOWLER 
MICHELE FRANCELLA, 222 
JIM FREEMAN, ZTT 

CAROL FRENCH 
LARRY A. FULLER 
NANCY FUNDERBURK 
JOHN GALLEMORE 
TONI GALLIANO 
ANNA GALLIEN 



MILLIE GALLIEN 
JOSEPH CARDSBANF 
JIMMY CARLINGTON 
ROBERT (iATES 
DIANE C. CELDERMAN 
HUGH GENTRY 



Baton Rouge 

Groves, Texas 

Shreveport 

DeQuincy 

Rochester, NY. 

Mansfield 



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Noble 

Shreveport 

Bossier City 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Larose 

Zn'olle 

Zwolle 

Dry Prong 

Alexandria 



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Kinder 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Marthaville 

Shreveport 

Zachary 

Hornbeck 

Mansfield 

Verda 

Natchitoches 

Golden Meadow 

Lake Charles 

Alexandria 

Woodworth 

Robeline 

Jena 

Shreveport 

Wheaton, Md. 



Natchitoches 

Shreveport 

Florien 

Shrevepoit 

Galliano 

Natchitoches 

Natchitoches 

Shreveport 

Dry Prong 

Crowley 

Stamford, Conn. 

Natchitoches 



JEAN MARIE GEORGE 
ROBERT CERALDO 
PAULA CHENT 
EDWIN BENTON CIBSON 
ROBERT E. GOING, JR. 
JANICE GOSS 

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REGINA COUDEAU 
LINDA CONZALES 
LARRY GRACIE, ITK* 
MARIAN GRAHAM 
BEVERLY D. GRANT 

SANDRA GAYLE GRAVES 
GEORGE RALPH GRAY, -Tl' 
KATHRYN ELIZABETH GRAY, 222 
1'AI RICIA GREEN, AZ 
RICHARD W. GREER 
KAREN MAYES GRIFFIN 



Baton Rouge 

Leesville 

Shreveport 

Logansport 

Opelousas 

Shreveport 



Colfax 

Evergreen 

Gonzales 

Wilmington, Del. 

Shreveport 

Leesville 



Verda 

Sibley 

Shreveport 

Jeaneratte 

Shreveport 

Winnfield 




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C; LEX DA F. KEEN 
ALICE BONNEY KELLY 

SI I \RO.\ KELLEY 
GEORGEANA KENDALL 
PETER KENDALL 
JOHN H. KEPPEL 

GARY R. KERAN 

CAROL ANN KEYS 
PALL KEYSER 
AARON KIDDER 
ROBERT A. KING 
DIANE KINGREY 

GEORGIA KINNISON 
JACQUELINE KINZER 
KIT KITTRELL 
IIM KNAPP, 2Tr 
MARGENE KRAMER 
JODIE LAFIELD 

WARREN LAMBARD 
RONALD DEAN LAMBERT 
SARAH LAMBERT 
MALINDA LANDREM 
CHRISTINE LANZILLOTTI 
CHARLES D. LAREY 

JAMES R. LASH 
BETH LEACH, *M 
ALVIN C LEAKE 
ANNE LEBLANC 
WAYNE LEBLEU 



Bossier City 

Alexandria 

W'innfield 

Marks ville 

Leesville 

New Orleans 

Natchitoches 

Alexandria 

Natchitoches 

Arnaudville 

Shreveport 

Haynesvilk- 

Grayson 

Shreveport 

Lake Charles 

Lake Charles 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Coushatta 

Pineville 

Roheline 

Many 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Cotton Valley 

Natchitoches 

Harvey 

Denhani Springs 

Eunice 



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RONALD NICOSIA V 


ineland, New Jersey 


ROBERT I. NORRIS 


Zachary 


DONALD NORWOOD 


Mansfield 


BONNIE JEAN NUGENT 


Pineville 


DONNA NUGENT 


Pineville 


FREDERICK SCOTT NUGENT 


Fredericksburg, Va. 


VIC NYVALL 


Kilgore, Texas 


PAT O'BRIEN- 


Coushatta 


DEBBIE O'BRVAN, A/. 


Marksville 


TROY S. ODOM, JR. 


Minden 


DIANE M. OLIVER 


Tioga 


GVNDEE OSBORNE, AZ 


Grand Cane 


ANN PADDEN 


Sulphur 


DORIS IRENE PARKER 


Shreveport 


SHARON ELIZABETH PARKER 


Winnfield 


CHARLES RICHARD PARKS 


Minden 


SAMUEL PARRY, ITK* 


Shreveport 


LINDA PASSMORE 


Vinton 


ROGER PAULK 


Buckeye 


JOANNA PAYNE 


DeRidder 


THOMAS MICHAEL PAYNE, ITK* Shrcveport 


MARY KATHERINE PEACOCK 


West Monroe 


IAN PEARCE 


Baton Rouge 


CATHERINE ROSE PELT 


Leesville 


GARY L. PENCE 


Baton Rouge 


JERRY PENFJELD 


Many 


SUE ANNE PETRUS 


Shreveport 


RICHARD PETERSEN 


Quincy, Mass. 


ALWYN PHILLIPS 


Baton Rouge 


DIANNA PHILLIPS 


Raton Rouge 


LINDA ANN PHILLIPS, AZ 


Natchitoches 


SARAH T. PHILLIPS 


Natchitoches 


LILA ITERSE 


Singer 


YIRGILIO PILOLA 


Leesville 


BEN PINCKARD 


Colfax 


GEORGE PINCKARD 


Bienville 


GEORGIA PIPES 


Newellton 


FRED M. PIPPEN, 2TT 


Shreveport 


MICHAEL PISTORIUS 


Shreveport 


MIKE POOL 


Bossier City 


LYNNE POOLE 


Baton Rouge 


VICKI LYNN POOLE 


Oil City 


BOB POSEY 


Independence, Mo. 


PAM PRAET 


Alexandria 


MARK PREZIOSI 


Shreveport 


MARGARET PRUDHOMME, AZ 


Natchitoches 


BEVERLY PYLE 


Shreveport 


DOROTHY RACHAL 


Natchitoches 


LOUIS P. RACHAL 


Alexandria 


JIMMIE A. RACINE 


Colfax 


JAMES K. RAMBIN 


Pelican 


MARK RAMBIN 


Mansfield 


DORIS RAMBO 


Georgetown 


HANS RASMUSSEN, ^TT 


New Orleans 


CHARLES M. RAYMOND 


Natchitoches 


ALLIE JEAN REED 


Crowley 


JUDITH ELIZABETH REESE, AZ 


Shreveport 


BILL REYNOLDS 


New Orleans 


JANET REYNOLDS 


Shreveport 


MADALYN REYNOLDS 


Alexandria 


SHARON REYNOLDS 


Shreveport 


KATHRYN RHODES 


Natchitoches 


STEPHEN L. RHODES 


Saline 


BETH RICE, Z2z 


Slidell 


PAUL E. RIGGS 


Jonesville 


BENNIE D. RIKARD 


Natchitoches 





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VICKIE TODD 


Bossier City 


EDWARD F. TOMPKINS 


Shreveport 


HI ALIA TOITS 


Alexandria 


SUSAN GAYLE TOWNS 


Bossier City 


ELLA TROTTER 


Campti 


CINDY TROUILLE 


Crowley 


GLORIA TURNER 


Many- 


THOMAS TYNES, IIK* 


Morgan City 


MARY YALATKA 


New Jersey 


BRENDA YALLEE 


Colfax 


MAUREEN VAN MOL 


Alexandria 


THOMAS VAUGHAN 


Baton Rouge 


CHARLES VERRET 


Abbeville 


JAMES LARRY VICKERS, JR., -TT 


Pineville 


JOYCE JANE WADE 


DeRidder 


ALFRED C. WALDREP. Ill 


Charleston, S.C. 


THERESA WALKER 


Greenburg 


JAMES ELMER WALLACE 


Leander 


LYNN H. WALLACE 


Slaughter 


TAMES WALSH 


Urania 


NANCY MEISCHKE WALTERS 


Baton Rouge 


JERRY WANG 


New Orleans 


JOHNNY P. WANGER 


Shreveport 


CAROL RUTH WARD 


West Monroe 


MARTHA WARREN 


Shreveport 


JOEY WATERS 


Provencal 


DOUG WATTS 


French Settlement 


BEVERLY WEBER 


Bastrop 


PEGGY WELCH 


Cottonport 


THOMAS W. WELCH 


Natchitoches 


PAUL WELLER 


Wareham, Mass. 


GLEN WELMAN 


New Orleans 


ROY RAINER WELLS 


Bogalusa 


RUTH E. WESLEY 


Leesville 


SCOTT WEST, IIK* 


Leesville 


ANN WHITE 


Mora 


MARILYN ELIZABETH WHITE 


Bienville 


CRAIG WHITLEY 


Anacoco 


JAMES WICKER 


Zachary 


ALLEN WILLCUTT 


Zachary 


EVERETT WILLIAMS 


Olla 


MANSHIP N. WILLIAMS 


Ethel 


STACY WILLIAMS, KA 


Natchitoches 


BARBARA WILLIS 


Shreveport 


JULIA ANN WILLIS 


Oakdale 


MARY CARLINE WILSON 


Leesville 


NANCY M. WILSON 


Linville 


JACK C. WINKLE 


Shreveport 


WILLIE WINSTON 


Mooringsport 


NANCY WISE Charleston, West Virginia 


THOMAS WOLTZ 


Shreveport 


GARY N. WOODS 


Woodworth 


THOMAS WORSHAM III 


Campti 


ROBIN WORTHINGTON 


Denham Springs 


ROGER WRIGHT 


Forest Hill 


EMMETT G. WYCHE 


Bossier City 


JOHN C. YOUNG 


Plain Dealing 


RALPH YOUNG 


Shreveport 


LINDA YOWELL 


Sulphur 


KATHER1NE ZIMMERMAN 


Baton Rouge 


RICHARD ZULICK 


Natchitoches 




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RALPH P. AARON 


DeRidder 


CONNIE ADAMS 


Jena 


GLEN ADAMS 


Sikes 


ION D. ADAMS 


Lake Jackson, Texas 


S WDRA C. ADAMS 


Shreveport 


DAVID POSTON ALBERT 


Hornbeck 


PHYLLIS ALEXANDER 


Jonesboro 


LARRY ALAN ALLBRITTON 


Shreveport 


ANN ALLEN 


Winnfield 


KAREN ALLEN, \7. 


Opelousas 


KAREN ALSTON 


DeQuincy 


JOYCE AMOS 


Jonesboro 


BEVERLY ANDERS 


Alexandria 


LINDA ARD 


Za chary 


THERESE MARIE ARIEUX 


Slidell 


MERLYN ARNOLD 


Springhill 


FRAN ARNONA 


New Orleans 


CHRISTINE E. ATKINS 


Shreveport 


BILL ATON 


Coushatta 


JIMMY ATWELL 


Georgetown 


STARR AUTREY 


Morgan City 


DOROTHY AUGHT 


Natchitoches 


CHERYL E. BABERS 


Saline 


CONNIE BABINEAUX 


Opelousas 


RONNIE BAGLEY, K2 


Longview, Texas 


KEITH BAILEY 


Simpson 


ALICE LEE BAILEY 


Natchitoches 


EVERETT BAKER 


Greenville, S.C. 


JAMES BAKER 


Shreveport 


RICHARD M. BAKER, JR. 


Alexandria 


LINDA BAMBURG 


Coushatta 


CATHY BANKSTON 


Jackson 


CAROL LYNN BANNISTER 


Baton Rouge 


THURMAN BAPTISTE 


Natchitoches 


RICHARD BARKER 


Baton Rouge 


JEANNE BARMORE 


Springhill 


PEGGY BARNHILL 


Many 


JAMES M. BARR 


Grand Isle 


ANITA L. BARROW 


Natchitoches 


MARGARET BASCO 


Cloutierville 


P. WILLIAM BASKERVILLE III, 


2TT Minden 


DONNA BATES 


Provencal 


CHARLES A. BEALER 


Gretna 


JOSEPH P. BECK II 


Washington, D.C. 


MICHAEL STARING BECK 


Oil City 


BRUCE BECKMAN 


Minden 


PATRICIA BEDGOOD 


Shreveport 


KATHY BEENE 


Springhill 


DON GREGORY BELL 


Robeline 


MARSHA BELLA, 222 


Berwick 


HUGHEY BELLUE 


Baton Rouge 


HELEN RUTH BENNETT, 2^1 


St. Francisville 


TERRELL BERRIAULT 


Wareham, Mass. 


PEGGY BROSSETT 


Pineville 


JO FRANCES BICE 


Natchitoches 


DIANNE BIGNER 


Hammond 


MARGARET BLANDIN 


East Beauregard 


GAY LYNN BOND 


Bossier City 


DORIS BON ILL A 


Leesville 


RONALD BONNER 


Simpson 


BRANT N. BORDELON 


Coushatta 


JOHNNY BORDELON 


Nessma 


LINDA BORDELON 


Lettsworth 


NICKIE BORDEN 


Pioneer 


CHARLES BOUDREAU 


Shreveport 


KENNETH BOURQUE, IIK* 


Gueydan 




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Plain Dealing 


DOLAN COOPER 


Minden 


DONALD COTTON 


Winnfield 


MAIDIE COUVILLON 


New Orleans 


JIMMY L. COX 


Coushatta 


MICHAEL CRAIN 


Franklinton 


DONNA CRAWFORD 


Coushatta 


MARY CREED 


Jena 


EDWIN CRUMP 


Haynesville 


FAMES R. DAN 


Natchitoches 


WINNIE DARPHIN, *M 


Baton Rouge 


SUSAN DAVID 


Pineville 


DONALD DAVIS 


Leesville 


DORIS G. DAVIS 


Shreveport 


FAYE DAVIS 


Robeline 


GWEN DAVIS 


Springhill 


[AMES M. DAVIS 


Bossier Cit>' 


SHIRLEY DAVIS 


Shreveport 


TISA DAVIS 


Bossier City 


DANE DAVY 


Opelousas 


CONNIE DAWSON 


Baton Rouge 


DALE DAYTON 


DeRidder 


LARRY H. DEBLIEUX 


Natchitoches 


HILDA DEES 


Anacoco 


DOUGLAS DENNEY 


Leesville 


ROBERT DENMAN 


Sarepta 


RONNA DENNIS 


Natchitoches 


SHARON KAY DENNIS 


Alexandria 


NOLAN DESSELLE 


Center Point 


FRANCES DEZENDORF 


Natchitoches 


c;ary n. digilormo 


Shreveport 


CONNIE DIXON, AZ 


Natchitoches 


MERRILL D. DODD, JR. 


Vivian 


MIKE L. DOLES 


Jones 


GARY DOOLEY 


Bossier City 


MIKE DOUCET 


Phoenixville, Pa. 


COOK DOUGLAS 


Shreveport 


WANDA DOVE 


Natchitoches 


TAMES DOWDEN 


Natchitoches 


LLOYD DOWDEN 


Bossier City 


EATHER JEAN DOWLING 


Haughton 


JAMES RAY DRODDY 


Elizabeth 


RONALD R. DUET 


Cutoff 


MARGARET DUCOTE 


Bunkie 


PATRICIA ANN DUNKIN 


Hammond 


NELDA DURBLN 


Jonesboro 


PATSY JEAN DUPREE 


Bentley 


LARRY DZIEKAN 


Florien 


VICKI EAKIN 


Shreveport 


MATTIE EASON 


Marthaville 


PATRICIA EASTERLING 


Bossier City 


SUE EDIE 


Shreveport 


SUSAN EDMAN 


Shreveport 


DARRYL WAYNE EDWARDS 


Pitkin 


SUSAN EHLERS, *M 


Lake Charles 


CAROLYN EHRHARDT, ZZZ 


Washington 


MARNO ELLZEY 


Natchitoches 


MARY ANNE ELLZEY 


Sarepta 


ANN EI LAND 


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GEORGE R. ESKEW 


Jena 


DENNIS ANTHONY EVANS 


Pelican 


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Montgomery 


CATHERINE M. FARACE 


Alexandria 


PRISCILLA FARTHING 


Pineville 


GLEN DA FEE 


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MARSHA HATHORN 
KATHLEEN HAWKES 
SHERYE HAVES 
SHIRLEY (LAN HAYNES 
CAROL LYNN HAYS 
CATHERINE HEAD 

LINDA HEARD 
MARY HEARN 
SHIRLEY HEARON 
SIMONE HERERT 
SHARON HELO, A/. 
KAY HENRY 

KIRRY I. HENRY 
SUSAN HENSARLING 
HAROLD M. HERNANDEZ 
CHARLOTTE HER RON- 
CAROL HICKS 
DONNIE HIERS, K A 

CLORIA JEAN HINES 
ROY HINES 
SHARON HOLLOWAY 
RICHARD HOLMAN 
GLORIA HOLMES 
LINDA HOLMES 

RRENDA HOLT 
JAMES C. HOOTER 
JOHNNY HORN 
LOLA HORN 
SUSAN HOWARD 
MIKE HOWELL 

SUE HUTCHINS, AZ 
NENA HYDA 
JAMES INGRAM 
COLLEEN IRWIN 
ROBIN L. IVY 
JOE LLAINE JACKSON 

KENNETH JACKSON 
BELINDA KAY JACKSON- 
ROSA JACKSON 
LONNIE C. JACOBS 
JANICE LYNN JAMAR 
BEVERLY JAMES 



PATRICIA JARRELL 
DIANNE JOHNSON 
IAMES EARL JOHNSON 
JERRY JOHNSON 
KEN JOHNSON 
LESLIE JOHNSON 



PHYLLIS JOHNSON 
SANDRA D. JOHNSON 
BILL JONES 
DANE JONES 
DONNIE JONES 
LINDA JONES 

SHARON KAY JONES 
DAVID JORDAN 
JUDY JORDAN- 
BARBARA JOSHLIN 
JUDY GENEVA JOSHLIN 
RICHARD P. JOWERS 



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Zwolle 



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Cheneyville 

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Oakdale 
Lecompte 



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Joneshoro 

Mansfield 

Jefferson Island 

Crowley 

Powhatan 



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Metairie 

Cloutierville 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

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Shreveport 

Campti 

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Beaumont, Texas 

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Bossier City 
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Colfax 
Zwolle 

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Alexandria 

Winnfield 



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Coushatta 

Shreveport 

Joneshoro 

Blanchard 

Pitkin 



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Springhill 

Alexandria 

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Readhimer 



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Leesville 

Panama City, Fla. 

Blytheville, Ark. 

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Winnfield 

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Boyce 


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DeRidder 


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New Orleans 


DONALD McGEHEE 


Effie 


JOHN McKENZIE 


Homer 


ROBERT McKILLIPS 


Natchitoches 


MARC McNEAL 


Effie 


BONNIE McNEELY 


Many 


MALCOM E. MADDOX 


Homer 


CLAIRE MAHFOUZ, AZ 


New Iberia 


CARLA MAHFOUZ 


Mansfield 


RONNIE MANNING 


Shreveport 


ROBERT MARKS 


Morrow 


JERRY MARKHAM 


Springhill 


CHARLOTTE MARLER 


Natchitoches 


DICK MARSH 


Vivian 


CHESTER MARTIN, JR. 


Natchitoches 


WALTER MARTIN 


DeRidder 


PHYLLIS MARTINEZ 


Haughton 


SHERYL MARTINEZ 


Marrero 


DANIEL GERARD MASON 


Natchitoches 


WARREN MASSIA 


Natchitoches 


ANN CAROLYN MATHEWS 


DeQuincy 


JOHN MATKIN 


Provencal 


RONALD MATKIN 


Provencal 


BOBBY L. MATNEY 


Colfax 


JANICE MATTHEWS 


Shreveport 


ALLEN HUGH MAXWELL 


Olla 


STEPHEN RAY MAXWELL, KA 


Shreveport 


RUTH MAY 


Forest 


DELORIS MAYS 


Shreveport 


SHARMAN MEACHUM 


Ringgold 


VETA ANN MEDICA 


Alexandria 


RODNEY MEEKS 


Baton Rouge 


MICHAEL MELANCON 


Natchitoches 


MARKITA MELTON 


Winnfield 


RICK MERCHANT 


Oakdale 


REBECCA FERN MESSER, 2K 


Angola 


BONNIE METZGER 


Iowa 


CAROL V. MICHIELS 


Alexandria 


DEE MIDDLETON 


Shreveport 


JOY MIGUEZ 


Delcambre 


DEBBIE MILLER 


Alexandria 


DOUG MILLER 


Glenmora 


HALLIE MILLER 


Shreveport 


JOHN M. MILLER 


Baton Rouge 


LINDA ANIECE MILLER 


Montgomery 


RODNEY MILLER 


DeRidder 


RODNEY J. MILLER 


Glenmora 


JAY MILNER 


DeRidder 


JANE E. MILWARD 


DeRidder 


GLEN H. MINOR 


Springhill 


RITA JEANETTE MITCHELL 


Natchitoches 


BARBARA MIZE 


Springhill 


JANE MONCRIEF 


Tallulah 


CLAUDIA MOORE 


Shreveport 


ELAINE MOORE 


Montgomery 


ROBERT J. MOORE 


Hornbeck 


WAYNE T. MOORE 


Winnfield 


DON MOORING, TriA2 


Shreveport 


GARRISON L. MOREAU 


Cloutierville 


NANCY MOREAU 


Pineville 


GRETCHEN MORGAN 


New Iberia 


RONALD WAYNE MORGAN 


Coushatta 


IRENE MORGEL 


Lake Providence 


DEANNE MORRIS 


Shreveport 








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Bossier City 


MADELINE RAVALAIS 


Powhatan 


II AHOLD R. RAWLS 


Baton Rouge 


LORE AX A. RAY 


Campti 


ANNIE [0 REDDING 


Saline 


CHRISTINE REED 


Alexandria 


KAREN REEDER 


Haynesville 


THOMAS REGINA 


New York, N.Y. 


SANDRA REICH 


New llano 


REBECCA REMEDIES 


Zwolle 


MARLON LEON REYELETT 


Dry Prong 


DON REYNOLDS 


Baton Rouge 


JOHN REYNOLDS 


Baton Rouge 


RONIE RICHARDS 


Dry Prong 


CEOROE R. RICHARDSON- 


Shreveport 


REBECCA RISEDEN 


Harvey 


SANDRA RISLEY 


Pineville 


l'A I RICIA RITCHIE 


Bossier City 


VERNON C. RITCHIE 


Baton Rouge 


DOROTHY M. ROBERTS 


Alexandria 


JAMES M. ROBERTS 


Columbia 


MARY ROBERTS 


Leesville 


FAT ROBERTS 


Alexandria 


RONALD L. ROBERTSON 


DeQuincy 


DONNIE ROBISON 


Stanley 


MARY ROBINSON 


Boyce 


JAMES D. RODRigUEZ 


Oakdale 


JUDY ROCERS 


Mansfield 


DARLENE ROND 


Natchitoches 


ANN ROSE 


Leesville 


THEA ROSAMANO, SK 


New Orleans 


KRISTIN ROY 


Alexandria 


RHONDA ROYAL 


Florien 


BEN H. RUSHINC, 1R. 


Natchitoches 


STAN RUSSELL, II K* 


Many 


DONNA RYAN 


Benton 


FRANCES L. SAMS 


Leesville 


JAMES E. SANDEFUR 


Shreveport 


DAVID SANDERS, IIK* 


Shreveport 


F. ELAINE SANDERS 


Springhill 


JENNIE SANDERS 


Pineville 


ROBERT J. SANDERS 


Winnfield 


ROCER DON SANDERS 


New Roads 


STEVE SANDERS 


Jena 


VICKI SANDERS 


Monroe 


DAPHNE SANTORO 


Benton 


DAISY LEE SAPP 


Melrose 


MARIANNE SARACENO 


Bogalusa 


STANLEY SAVANT 


Basile 


HENRY SAVELL 


Many 


TON I A SCALLAN 


Mansura 


LOUISE SCHERER 


Metairie 


EDWARD SCHLOMER, TriAS 


Leesville 


JAMES SCHWARTZ, TriAi 


Leesville 


ROSALYN C. SCHWARZ, A2A 


Cretna 


DAVID R. SCOTT 


Shreveport 


ERNIE J. SCOTT 


Jonesville 


IIMMY A. SCOTT 


Ringgold 


ROBERT SCOTT 


Sardis, Miss. 


BRENT SEALE 


Monroe 


RAMSEY SEALY 


Metairie 


I A NET SELF 


Shreveport 


JOSEPH THOMAS SEPULVADO 


Zwolle 


SAMMY SETTLE 


Martha ville 


KATHLEEN SEVERANCE 


Coushatta 


SUSAN SHAFFER 


Alexandria 




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ARDINEY THOMAS Natchitoches 

DIANNA THOMAS Thomas 

GENE THOMPSON Georgetown 

JOYCE THOMPSON Shreveport 

MONROE THOMPSON Pitkin 



THEO THOMPSON Plainview 

FAYE L. THORNSBERRY Keithville 

BILL L. THRASH, JR. Shreveport 

ROBERT THROGMORTON Bossier City 

GARY TILLEY Shreveport 

KATHY TILTON Shreveport 

ANNETTE SUE TOMS Saline 

PATRICK A. TONEY Franklinton 

THOMAS J. TORPY Jonesboro 

MICHAEL P. TOUSEK Pineville 

DANIEL TOWNLEY, TKE Alexandria 

MARY EVELYN TOWNSEND Bunkie 



JOY TRAPPEY New Iberia 

KAREN DARLENE TRAVELBEE New Orleans 

SHARON TRAYLOR Haynesville 

RAMON TRICHE New Orleans 

RICK TRUNNELL Potomac, Md. 

GEORGIE TUMA Libuse 



RAY TURNER 
RITA TYLER 
MARILYN KAYE TYNES 
VINCENT V. VALATKA 
RONALD VALENTINE 
MARTHA VALLEE 



TOMMY E. VAUGHAN 
WAYNE VAUQUELIN 
ELAINE VEILLON 
RANDALL VEULEMAN 
DONALD VIATOR 
GLENN VIATOR 



LYNN VIATOR 
CHARLES R. VICKERY 
J. PHILIP VIDRINE 
CYNTHIA ANNE VIGE, 222 
NINA VIGER 
STEVE VINES 



ROLAND J. VINET 
CHARLES POE VOSBURG 
JESSE URIAS 
JAMES LARRY WADE 
TERRY WAGONER 
LYNETTE WAILES 



WALKER STUART WALDRON 
JAMES R. WALL 
JOHNNY WALL 
PICKETT WALTHER, JR. 
DONNIE WARD 
DALE E. WARD 



RENAE WARD 
JIMMY WARDLE 
RICHARD WARE, K2 
JOSEPH WASHINGTON, JR. 
DAVID WATTS, IIK* 
MARGIE WATTS 

LINDA WEAVER 
LYNDIA WEBB, *M 
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LINDA WELLS 
JERRY DALE WEST 
JUDY WEST 



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Winnfield 

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Bossier City 

Shreveport 

Vivian 

Bossier City 

Alexandria 

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Alexandria 

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Baton Rouge 

Natchitoches 
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Vice-President STEPHEN BONNIN 

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Maringouin 


LORETTA BEARDEN 


Benton 


STEPHEN A. BEASLEY 


Mansfield 


CASSANDRA BEAUBOUEF 


Alexandria 


JOE BECK 


Roachdale, Indiana 


WALLACE BECKHAM 


Sarepta 


VANA BEDCOOD 


DeRidder 


CHERI BEEBE 


Alexandria 


DAVID BENIT 


Minden 


k'ATHERINE BENNETT 


Pollock 


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Pineville 


BETH BENTON 


Baton Rouge 


OUIDA BENTON 


Batchelor 


ROCKY BERLIN 


Shreveport 


CAROLE BERNEY 


Blanchard 


PAT BERRY 


Benton 


DAVID C. BERRYMAN 


Zwolle 


GEORGE BETHARD 


Dry Prong 


DEBORAH BEVERSON 


Baton Rouge 


WILLIAM BIDDY 


Rayville 


STEVE BIENVENU 


Natchitoches 


STEVEN J. BIENVENU 


Opelousas 


DALE BIERDEN 


Coushatta 


ROGER LANE BIERDEN 


Coushatta 


REBECCA BIGBY 


Shreveport 


ELAINE GAIL BIGHAM 


Harvey 


LINDA BIRDWELL 


Alexandria 


ROBERT BITOWSKI 


Valley Stream, New York 


ROGER BLACK 


Homer 


JUDY BLACKWELL 


Maplewood 


VICTORIA BLACKWELL 


Leesville 


GEORGE G. BLAISDELL 


Otis 


MAE RENAUD BLANCHARD Blanks 


SANDRA BLANKENSHIP 


Alexandria 


LESLIE BOCCUZZI 


Pound Ridge, New York 


RONNY BODENHAMER 


Natchitoches 


BILL BOGUES 


Shreveport 


DAWN BOLDERG 


New Orleans 


BRUCE BOLIN 


Minden 


JAMES WAYNE BOLTON 


Bossier 


JACK BOND 


Jonesboro 


STEPHEN BONNIN 


Welsh 


BRADY BROOKS 


Mansfield 


MARILYN BOOKER 


Baton Rouge 


CAROL BORDELON 


Tioga 


CAROL BORDELON 


Tioga 


JAMES BORDELON 


Hessmer 


LENNIE P. BORDELON 


Hessmer 


MARY ELLEN BORDELON 


Alexandria 


DEBORAH BOREL 


Jeanerette 


RALPH BOSWELL 


Natchitoches 


MARCIA LEE BOTTS 


Alexandria 


GARY BOUCHER 


Springhill 


EDMOND G. BOUTTE 


Shreveport 


JAMES BOYD 


Bossier City 


JERRY BOYD 


Plain Dealing 


RALPH SHERIDAN BOYD 


New Orleans 


BETTY JUNE BOYETT 


Olla 


PAT BRAUDOU 


Zwolle 


SHERRY BRASHEAR 


Baker 


LINDA BRAUD 


Florien 


STEPHEN BRAVERMAN 


New York 


VICKI BRAZEL 


Shreveport 


RONALD BREAUX 


Gueydan 


JUDY BETH BREEDEN 


Baton Rouge 


CAROLYN BREEDLOVE 


Natchitoches 





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1 WICK CHANDLER 


Shreveport 


\ [CKIE CH VNDLER 


Haughton 


CAROLYN CHATELAIN 


Bunkie 


CYNTHIA CHATELAIN 


Alexandria 


GLENDA CHELETTE 


DeRiddei 


LARRI WAYNE CHOATE 


Natchitoches 


BARBARA CHRISTOPHER 


Natchitoches 


LARK CHRISTY 


Bossier City 


CLAUDIA CLARK 


Shreveport 


WANDA SUSAN CLARK 


Pineville 


GREC CLARK 


Dallas, Texas 


VIRGIE LEE CLAYTON 


Natchitoches 


CHARLES C. CLOWN EY 


ElDorado, Ark. 


GARY COBURN 


Many 


WAYNE COBURN 


Bossier City 


[CATHERINE COCHRAN 


Anacoco 


CINDY COKER 


Natchitoches 


SHELLIA COFFEY 


Jamestown 


K) COLAW 


Leesville 


HKRSCHEL C. COLE 


Oberlin 


JOHN COLEMAN 


Slidell 


PHYLLIS COLEMAN 


Waterproof 


RHONDA COLEMAN 


Shreveport 


THOMAS COLEMAN 


Shreveport 


GLENDA COMEAUN 


Pine\i]Jc 


CATHY GOMEAUX 


Kaplan 


GWEN COOK 


Florien 


JAMIE COOPER 


Shreveport 


NANCY JANE COOK 


Robeline 


TOMMY COOLEY 


DeRidder 


MILDRED COOLEY 


Slagle 


LINDA COPPOCK 


Bossier City 


CYNTHIA CORTEZ 


Shreveport 


MICHAEL COSTELLO 


New Orleans 


RILL COTTINGHAN 


New Orleans 


RICHARD LANE COTTON 


Coushatta 


OLORIA COURVILLE 


Alexandria 


WAYNE COUVILLON 


Kaplan 


AUDREY COWGILL 


Leesville 


MITZI COWLING 


Peliean 


DAVID COX 


Bossier City 


GERALD COX 


Iota 


JANET DENISE COX 


Logansport 


KENNY COX 


Benton 


RERECCA COXE 


Denham Springs 


G. W. COYLE 


Springhill 


JOYCE CRAFT 


Shreveport 


JUDY CRAIG 


Vowells Mill 


LARRY CRAIG 


Shreveport 


THOMAS CRAIN 


Covington 


JOHN CREED 


Many 


DAVE CREEL 


Oakdale 


BRENDA L. CREFT 


Baton Rouge 


LINDA ANN CRITTON 


Taylor 


STEPHEN CROWE 


Sarepta 


ALMA CROWDER 


New Orleans 


JACK CROWLEY 


Shreveport 


KATHY CROWLEY 


El Dorade 


MORJANA CRYER 


Many 


VERNON CULVER 


Leesville 


DAVID CURRY 


Sikes 


MITZI T. CURRY 


Sikes 


CATHERINE A. CYPRIANO 


Opelousas 


CHARLOTTE DAKE 


Baton Rouge 


I AMES P. DANIEL 


Bossier City 


JAMES RICHARD DANIEL 


Shreveport 













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JACKIE ELROD 


Bossier City 


REGINA L. EMANUEL 


Shreveport 


CYNTHIA ROSE ENGRUM 


DeRidder 


ROBERT ERVIN 


Minden 


SON'DRA ERWIN 


Lecompte 


LORENTA ESCHETE 


Ferriday 


LYNN ESKE 


Minden 


HARLIN ESTES 


Shreveport 


DOROTHY FAIR 


Saline 


LINDA FAWCETT 


Shreveport 


JULIAN FOY 


Noble 


PRISCILLA FAY 


Fairfax 


LINDA DIANN FERGUSON 


Leesville 


JOHN FERNANDEZ, JR. 


Campti 


MARK FERNBAUGH 


Natchitoches 


PEARLIE FIELDS 


Pineville 


LESTER FIFE 


Shreveport 


JOHN D. FINCH 


Shreveport 


KENNETH JOSEPH FIRMIN 


Cottonport 


BETTY SUE FISHER 


Campti 


JUDY FISHER 


Zachary 


JEANTE FLEENER 


Mooringsport 


CHARLES FLETCHER 


DeRidder 


DOUGLAS FLETCHER 


Montgomery 


MARIE FLETCHER 


Alexandria 


RUSSEL FLOYD 


Minden 


FRAN FOGGIN 


Shreveport 


ELLEN FONTENOT 


Golden Meadow 


JERRY FONTENOT 


Kinder 


RONNIE FONTENOT 


Sulphur 


RICHARD FORNEA 


Pride 


ZACK FOSHEE 


Shreveport 


MIMI FOSTER 


Natchitoches 


LEONARD FRANCOIS 


Church Point 


JOHN FRANCHEBOIS 


Opelousas 


ROBERT LOUIS FRANK, JR. 


Natchitoches 


ROBERT FRANKLIN 


Goldonna 


FRANCIS GLEN FREEMAN 


Mansfield 


JANE FULMER 


Logansport 


SAM FULTON 


Houston, Texas 


TOMMY FUTRELL 


Colfax 


PERRY FUTRELL 


Pineville 


MICHELE FUXAN 


New Orleans 


BERNICE GABOR 


Leesville 


DANA GADDIS 


Alexandria 


JOHNNIE CALLIAN 


Natchez 


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Grand Cane 


PATRICIA GAMBLE 


Longstreet 


JUDY GARLAND 


Natchitoches 


ALICIA GARLINGTON 


Dry Prong 


GREGORY W. GARNER 


Shreveport 


FRANKIE GASPAR 


Morgan City 


H. J. GASPARD 


Alexandria 


JOAN GATES 


Tioga 


ANDREW GAY 


Plaguemine 


FRED H. GEGENHEIMER 


Gretna 


MIKE GERHARDT 


Tampa, Fla. 


FRANCES CETER 


Robeline 


SARAH GIBBS 


Longstreet 


KATHLEEN GIBSON 


Bossier City 


KENT GIBSON 


Leesville 


MELINDA GILCREASE 


Keithville 


NAOMI DIANNE GILL 


Glenmore 


HARVEY SAMUEL GINGLES 


Shreveport 


KEENAN C. GINGLES 


Stanley 


MICHAEL GLASPER 


Boyce 




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GORDON HARTLEY 


Seattle, Wash. 


KATHY HARTWELL 


Gueydan 


GALE HARVEY 


Leesville 


JAMES HARVEY 


Castor 


REGINALD HARVEY 


DeRidder 


MARY ANN HATAWAY 


Gonzales 


JAY B. HAWKES 


Rosepine 


JACKIE ANITA HAWTHORNE 


Anacoco 


JANET HAWTHORNE 


Lafayette 


IERRY HAYES 


Cotton Valley 


SYLVIA A. HAYES 


New Orleans 


STEVE HAYMON 


Leesville 


GLENDA HAYNES 


Springhill 


CAROLYN HAZEL 


Lake Charles 


PEGGY HEATH 


DeRidder 


KATHERINE HEAD 


Shreveport 


DORIS MAE HEBERT 


DeRidder 


MARIAN HEINRICHS 


Shreveport 


LINDA LEIGH HEITHER 


Fort Worth, Tex. 


ERNEST CHARLES HELAIRE 


Natchitoches 


RAYMOND HELAIRE 


Natchitoches 


DANA HENRY 


Natchitoches 


F. JOHN HENRY 


Houma 


JAN HENSON 


Shreveport 


PAULA HENSON 


Urania 


ROSEMARY HERNANDEZ 


Lena 


DON HERRING 


Canton, Miss. 


JAMES HERRINGTON 


Alexandria 


"ELIZABETH ANN HILBARN 


Pineville 


ANNETTE HILL 


Pineville 


NELDA KATHLEEN HILLARD 


Shreveport 


GEORGE L. HINDS 


Clovis, New Mexico 


JACKSON LOUIS HINES 


Pickering 


SHIELDA HINTON 


Natchitoches 


DALE HOBSON 


Hodge 


ANNIE HALDEN 


Leesville 


JAMES HOFFMAN 


DeRidder 


DELIA LORAYNE HOLLADAY 


Oakdale 


WAYNETTA JEAN HOLLEY 


Natchitoches 


GEORGIA HOLLOWAY 


Alexandria 


ROBERT HOLLOWAY 


Minden 


LINDA HOLT 


Bossier City 


MARGIE HONORE 


Alexandria 


DONALD HOOPER 


Shreveport 


MARSHALL HOUGH 


Saline 


MELVIN HOWARD 


New Orleans 


KEN HARPMANN 


New Orleans 


DONNA HUBBS 


Shreveport 


PATRICIA HUBLEY 


Shreveport 


JAMES TERRY HACKABY 


Hodge 


CARL HUDNALL 


Shreveport 


REBECCA HUDSON 


Lake Arthur 


LEWIS (BILL) HUMPHRIES 


Jena 


MARY LOUISE HYDE 


Pineville 


PATRICIA KAY HYDE 


Jackson 


SUSIE IDOM 


Vivian 


SUSAN I MAN 


Lake Charles 


L. C. INGLES 


Winnfield 


SEDONIA JACOBS 


Marksville 


WILLIAM P. JACOBS 


Mitchell 


CHARLES JACKSON 


Simpson 


HOWARD JACKSON, JR. 


Lecompte 


JERRY JACKSON 


Tioga 


MYRTIS JACKSON 


Natchitoches 


MARY JACOMINE 


Port Sulphur 


DAVID C. JAMES 


Coushatta 





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LORETTA KOWALCZUK 

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VIRGIE KREIDEL 
PAMELA KRENNERICH 
PENNY KRENNERICH 
WILLIAM KRESS 



CHRIS KUIPER 
ESTHER KUNCE 
STANLEY LA CAZE 
CAROLYN LACOUR 
STEVE LA COUR 
ANNA M. LAFONT 



SHIRLEY LAIRD 
CHRIS LALANDE 
WALTER R. LAGREGREN 
MARTIN LAMRERT 
RONNIE LAND 
RARRARA LANDRY 

CONNIE LANDRY 
PEGGY LANDRY 
DIANE LANDESMAN 
RETHA LANE HART 
PAT LANIER 
ELIZARETH LANINCHAM 



SONIA LAPRAIRIE 
FLOYD LAROUX 
RITA LARSEN 
RONALD LASHUTE 
MARCELLA LAURA 
DERORAH LAWRENCE 



EDNA JO LAYTON 
CHRISTY LEACH 
FRANK LE DOUX 
RARRARA LEE 
LINDA LEE 
MELANIE LEE 



STANLEY LEE 

VIVIAN LEE 

RICHARD LEHR 

MARY LEIREE 

CHERYL LE MAIRE 

RORERT (ARTIE) LE MAIRE 

DERRIE LEWIS 
JUANITA LEWIS 
NELWYN LEWIS 
MONICA LILIEDAHL 
JAN L1LLEY 
ALRERT D. LITTLE 



MIRANDA LITTLE 
DERORAH LOCKARD 
MARY KATHERINE LODGE 
IFANNIE LOFTIN 
MYRA LOFTIN 
RONNIE LOKEY 



THERESA LOMRARDINO 
HAL LONG 
HENRY LONG 
NANCY LORD 
JULIA LOUGHRAN 
MARY LOUCHRIDCE 



PHYLLIS LOUPE 
JOHN F. LOUVIERE 
RONNIE LOVEGREN 
DEMETR1S LOVELADY 
JOHNNY RAY LOVICK 
RALPH ALGER LOWE 



Raton Rouge 
Alexandria 
Haughton 
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Chalmette 
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Raton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Cloutierville 

Natchitoches 

Covington 

Golden Meadow 



Dry Prong 

Alexandria 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Alexandria 

Homer 

Tioga 

Bossier City 

New Orleans 

Slidell 

Baton Rouge 

Natchitoches 

Alexandria 



Pineville 

Marthaville 

Shreveport 

Opelousas 

New Orleans 

Mansfield 



Alexandria 

Shreveport 

DeRidder 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

Natchitoches 



Gretna 

Winnfield 

Raton Rouge 

Westlake 

Kaplan 

Sunset 



Haynesville 

Pitkin 

Winnfield 

Leesville 

Natchitoches 

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Springhill 

Coushatta 

Shreveport 

flossier City 



Bossier City 

Pride 

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SHIRLEY MEMTSAS 


Westwego 


ROGER MENARD 


Leesville 


JERRE MERCER 


Natchitoches 


fOHN MERRITT 


Tioga 


MARGARET MIDDLETOX 


Shreveport 


RODNEY MIDDLETOX 


Martha ville 


CANDY MILES 


Baton Rouge 


CLIFTON E. MILLER 


Mansfield 


DAVID MILLER 


Pineville 


i:\IMETE MILLER 


Anacoco 


JUDY MILLER 


Opelousas 


JUDY GAYLE MILLER 


Many 


EULA ANN MILLSAPS 


Oakdale 


DEXXIS MINOR 


Springhill 


MICHAEL MITCHAM 


Leesville 


DAVID W. MITCHELL 


Many 


JENNIFER MITCHELL 


Natchitoches 


KATHY MITTON 


New Orleans 


BUYL MIXON 


Baker 


LU MOAK 


Shreveport 


NORMA JEAN MORLEY 


Logansport 


RORERT MONK 


Minden 


LINDA MONK 


Springhill 


MONTY MONTEGUDO 


Zachary 


KENNETH MOODY 


Eunice 


MEREDITH MOORE 


Redlands, California 


NORA L. MOORE 


Lafayette 


RANDALL MOORE 


Shreveport 


WILLIAM MOORMAN 


Welsh 


BEVERLY MORGAN 


Alexandria 


DAVID MORGAN 


Glenmora 


LAURA MORGAN 


Boyce 


NINA MORGAN 


Zachary 


MATTIE MORRIS 


Shreveport 


SONG A MORRIS 


Colfax 


SHERYLL MORSE 


Erwin, Tennessee 


LAURA F. MORTON- 


Mansfield 


EUGENE MORVAN 


Port Sulphur 


NORMA MOSES 


DeQuincy 


ELIZABETH MOSLEY 


Stanley 


ROY MOTON 


Stanley 


JAMES MURCHISON 


Lafayette 


BETTY JEAN MURPHY 


Bossier City 


GAIL MURPHY 


Pineville 


LEO MURRAY 


Shreveport 


GRACE MYERS 


Opelousas 


DAVID NAVARRE 


Oakdale 


MERRILL NECK 


Mansura 


JERRY NEEL 


Shreveport 


NORMAN NEEL 


Zwolle 


LARRY NELSON 


Florien 


GAYLE NESOM 


Natchitoches 


PHYLLIS NETHERCOT 


Bossier City 


KATHRYN NETTLES 


Many 


JOHN NICHELSON 


Bunkie 


ROB NICHOLAS 


Chevy Chase, Maryland 


SUSAN NICOLOSI 


New Orleans 


LONN NIX 


Farmerville 


ROWLAND NORM AND 


Bunkie 


BRENDA SUE NORRELL 


Heflin 


TON I NORRIS 


Vivian 


KITTY NOWELL 


DeRidder 


BARBARA NUGENT 


Lena 


LINDA NUGENT 


Shreveport 


CHERI OBAN ION 


Oakdale 


BEVERLY O'BANNON 


Provencal 








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BARBARA PENNINGTON 
CAROL PERKINS 
LARRY PERKINS 
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SAM PERNIO 
PETE PETERSON 
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LUCY PRINGLE 


Shreveport 


MARCELLA PRINGLE 


Oakdale 


RONNIE PROCELL 


Shreveport 


ANGELA PRUDHOMME 


Natchitoches 


GLADYS PUGH 


Shreveport 


/.F.I. MA PYLANT 


Natchez, Miss. 


JANET PYXES 


Shreveport 


MARY ANN RABALAIS 


Bunkie 


S V.NDRA RARALAIS 


Powhaton 


SONDRA RABON 


Minderi 


DIANA LYNN RACHALL 


Campti 


BARBARA RADFORD 


Mansfield 


LINDA RAGLAND 


Natchitoches 


SANDRA RAINES 


Shreveport 


DAVID HAMBIN 


Pelican 


I. J. RAMBIN III 


Coushatta 


IODIE RAMBIN 


Pelican 


PHYLLIS RAMBO 


Georgetown 


EVANGELINE RAMSEY 


Mansfield 


LINDA RASBURY 


Olla 


BRENDA RATCLIFF 


Bossier City 


YVONNE RATLIFF 


Robeline 


LELAND RAWLS 


Darnell 


JOHN PAUL RAYBURN 


San Angelo, Texas 


CARRIE-SUE REED 


Pineville 


BEVERLY REEVES 


Shreveport 


SANDI REEVES 


Bossier City 


CLARENCE ALVIN REID 


Alexandria 


TUDY KAY REPPOND 


Bastrop 


BFC;KIE RICHARD 


Shreveport 


DIANNE RICHARD 


DeRidder 


VIRGINIA RICHARD 


Opelousas 


SUE RICHARDSON 


Minden 


NANCY RICHEY 


Alexandria 


D. MICHAEL RICHIE 


Natchitoches 


LINDA RICCIN 


Newport News, Va. 


CYNTHIA RISER 


Castor 


TERRY RISHER 


Winn fie Id 


MICKEY ROARK 


Natchitoches 


CECILIA ROBBINS 


Oxford 


BUDDY ROBERTS 


Campti 


JENNIFER ROBERTS 


Winn field 


JUDITH ANN ROBERTS 


Winnfield 


LARRY M. ROBERTS 


Bossier City 


RALPH ROBERTS 


Winnfield 


PAUL ROBERTSON 


Tioga 


MARILYN A. ROBINETTE 


Bossier City 


BETH ROBINSON- 


Shreveport 


BEVERLY ROBINSON 


Lake Charles 


ELVIS ROBINSON, JR. 


Coushatta 


JOHN ARTHUR ROBINSON, JR. 


Natchitoches 


PAUL F. ROBINSON 


Balboa, Canal Zone 


BRENDA ROCERS 


Winnfield 


RENELLA ROMINE 


Iota 


THOMAS ROQUE 


Natchez 


CONNIE ROSALLES 


Powhatan 


BARBARA I. ROSENTHAL 


Alexandria 


O. ARCHIE ROUCEOU 


Boyce 


FREDERICK ROWLAND 


New Orleans 


CAROL ROY 


Alexandria 


ROY MARTIN III 


Opelousas 


PEGGY RUDD 


Winnfield 


TERRY D. RUFFIN 


Mansfield 


BARBARA ANN RUSSELL 


Alexandria 


FLA INF RUSSELL 


DeQuincy 


PATSY RUSSELL 


Benton 





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1 \MES ROY SNOW- 


Winnfield 


LINDA SNYDER 


Lake Charles 


FLORENT SOICNIER 


Breanx Bridge 


FARRELL C. SOILEAU 


Yille Platte 


RODNEY SOOTER 


Alexandria 


BARRY L. SOYELL 


Many 


KAY SPANN 


Shreveport 


PATRICK SPARROW 


Colfax 


BILLY SPILLMAN 


Cloutierville 


PERRY SPIVEY 


Shreveport 


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Hicks 


ALICE STAGG 


Jennings 


MACK STAMPER 


Shreveport 


SHARON STANLY 


Leesville 


ROSE MARIE STEGEMANN 


Natchitoches 


MIKE STEINKAMF 


New Orleans 


DIANNE STILLY 


Grand Cotear 


PHILLIP G. STEPHENS 


Oakdale 


IKNNIFER STERLING 


Baton Rouge 


BRENDA G. STEVENS 


Baton Rouge 


RANDY STEVENS 


Leesville 


SANDRA STEVENS 


Bossier City 


RANDALL STEWART 


Jena 


RONALD STEWART 


Winnfield 


FREDERICK STICKLEN 


Charleston, W. Va. 


HENRY L. STOBAUGH, JR. 


Bossier City 


CHERRIE STOCKWILL 


Pineville 


WANDA STOMA 


Mansfield 


RODNEY LYNN STRICKLAND 


Anacoco 


NANCY STROHSCHEIN 


Anacoco 


DEWAIN STROTHER 


Plainview 


BECKY STROUD 


Hodge 


DON STROUD 


Alexandria 


JOEL W. STROUD 


St. Maurice 


PAULETTE STROUD 


St. Maurice 


JOHN SULLIVAN 


Vidalia 


MECELLIE SULLIVAN 


Campti 


PATRICIA SWISHER 


Columbus, Ohio 


BETTY SWITZER 


Baton Rouge 


JOHN TABOR 


Cotton Valley 


SUSAN TABOR 


Homer 


BRENDA TAICHMAN 


Zachary 


WAYNELL TATE 


Jennings 


DOUGLAS W. TATMAN 


Opelousas 


JACK TAYLOR 


Richardson, Tex. 


JOHN RAYMOND TAYLOR 


Winnfield 


BRENDA TEAGUE 


Minden 


STEVEN TEMPLE 


DeRidder 


PAULETTA TENDRICH 


Teaneck, New Jersey 


GWEN TERRELL 


Leesville 


DAVID A. TERRY 


Shreveport 


EDWIN THERIOT 


Gueydan 


RONALD THIEBAUD 


Oil City 


TERESA JEAN THOMA 


Shreveport 


ANN THOMAS 


Ringgold 


DARRYL THOMAS 


Baton Rouge 


GERARD THOMAS 


Natchitoches 


JAMES L. THOMAS, JR. 


Winnfield 


JOHN M. THOMAS 


Kinder 


PAULA THOMAS 


Shreveport 


miLIP THOMAS 


New Orleans 


CAROLYN THOMPSON 


Natchitoches 


DENNIS THOMPSON- 


Kaplan 


MARY LOUISE THOMPSON 


Converse 


MELANIE THOMPSON 


Shreveport 


RITA FAYE THOMPSON 


Ville Platte 




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DEBRA WELLS 


Alexandria 


DONNA \NN WELLS 


Alexandria 


ELIZABETH WENTZEL 


Lecsville 


CAROL A. WERTZ 


New Orleans 


RICHARD WEST 


Bossier City 


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Natchitoches 


CAMILLE WHITE 


Alexandria 


DONNIE WHITE 


Pitkin 


fUDITH ANN WHITE 


Suffolk, England 


fUDY LYNX WHITE 


Alexandria 


KATHERYN WHITE 


Alexandria 


RALPH WHITE 


Frierson 


SAM WHITE 


Mora 


ELLEN WHITESIDE 


Cotton Valley 


BEVERLY WHITLOCK 


Stanley 


DONALD R. WHITTINGTON 


Oakdale 


SANDRA G. WHITTINGTON 


Bayou Chicot 


LINDA WILBURN 


Pelican 


BARBARA GAIL WILLIAMS 


Natchitoches 


BONNIE BLU WILLIAMS 


Leesvile 


CHERYL B. WILLIAMS 


Natchitoches 


JANICE WILLIAMS 


Keithville 


MAUREEN WILLIAMS 


Alexandria 


ROBERT WILLIAMS 


Mansfield 


SHIRLEY WILLIAMS 


Bossier City 


TERRY WILLIAMS 


Georgetown 



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Epilogue 



This has been Northwestern 1969. And the 1969 POTPOURRI will 

always be a reflection of this year. For this is the purpose of an annual— 

to recall those things which make up a year. The 1969 POTPOURRI 

will be the only history written of this school year which can be 

shared by all those who attended Northwestern this year. 

As Editor, I would like to thank those numerous people who made this 

publication possible. The long hours of hard work and patience by the 

staff should also be recognized. 

If you are able to recall one special memory from the pages of the 

1969 POTPOURRI, then its purpose has been successful. 



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